Apple Reportedly Holding Its iPhone Keynote on September 12, Confirming Previous Rumors

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Previous rumors revolving around Apple’s plans to unveil its wide-range of products during its September 12 keynote have once again been reported by a reliable source. While we will still wait for confirmation, this info provides strong reasoning that the radically changed iPhone 8 and several other products are going to be announced during the second week of next month.

Apple’s September 12 Keynote Includes Apple Watch Series 3 Wearable, 4k-Capable Apple TV and of Course the Overhauled iPhone 8

The Wall Street Journal believes that Apple will be releasing a foray of products during its September 12 keynote, which will include the Apple Watch Series 3 and an Apple TV that will provide support for HDR and 4K video playback.

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According to previous rumors, pre-orders of the iPhone 8 will commence from Friday, September 15, with a release date set for the 22nd of the same month. As for the wearable, it will rely on eSIM technology to provide users with data connectivity. Cellular connectivity is not going to be provided this year because the tech giant wants the meeting with carriers to go as smoothly as possible.

While the Apple Watch Series 3 and 4K-capable Apple TV is something that we will be looking forward to, Apple’s bread is butter has always been the iPhone and after maintaining a dull smartphone design for the longest time, it is time for something new.

The iPhone 8 is expected to come with 512GB of onboard memory as the highest available storage model with 256GB and 64GB versions available in the list as well. Industry experts say that the phone is also going to boast a facial recognition system that is beyond anything the company’s competitors can come up with.

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Furthermore, we’ll also be looking forward to the camera performance of the iPhone 8, because according to a previous rumor, Apple’s crème de la crème in the smartphone category is expected to provide support for 4K video recording at 60 frames per second.

Aside from the iPhone 8, the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus are going to be announced and while they will feature a repetitive phone design like the iPhone 7, these devices are said to be every bit as powerful as the handset boasting the edge-to-edge display.

If the report holds true, which product are you looking forward to the most on September 12? Tell us down in the comments.

Source: WSJ

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