According to the general consensus, Apple is expected to officially announce their new iPhones in September, but when in September? We have heard that it could arrive in the second week of September, while some are suggesting late September, but now thanks to the latest iOS 13 beta, the 10th of September could be the date to look forward to.
This is according to images found in iOS 13 that have been labeled as “hold for release” and mention a September 10 date. As AppleInsider points out, this is not the first time that assets in iOS 13 have hinted at the launch of the iPhone, where back in 2018, there were similar graphics that showed the 12th of September which turned out to be when the 2018 iPhone lineup was officially announced.
That being said, the September date is more or less in line with Apple’s past releases, so it doesn’t really come as a surprise. However, one of the main differences in this year’s launch is that Apple is expected to launch all three iPhones at the same time. With last year’s iPhones, Apple chose to launch the iPhone XR at a slightly later date, but the reports are suggesting that all three iPhones will launch at the same time.
Take it with a grain of salt for now, but if the rumors are true, then we should have some official details coming from Apple in the near future, so check back with us at a later date for more updates.