Use the right arrow to see 4 new devices we expect to be revealed at Apple’s September 12th event.
Earlier this morning, The Wall Street Journal published a report indicating that Apple has set in stone September 12th as the day it will launch a number of the year’s most highly-anticipated products, including the company’s oft-publicized iPhone 8 flagship.
While we’re still waiting for the company to send out official press invitations, news of an early-September special event timeframe have circulated before, and so we can essentially be assured this will be the day. Interestingly, the WSJ report states that Apple is vying to hold the event at its all-new Steve Jobs theater at Apple Park. Most recent footage of the site’s construction progress, however, shows that Apple’s 120,000 square-foot underground auditorium might not be ready in time to be packed with spectators on September 12th.
In a fallback scenario, Apple could always hold the event at either the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco, or at its “Town Hall” auditorium located at Apple’s 1 Infinite Loop campus — both of which have previously served as venues at which Apple has launched major products. Regardless, wherever the company decides to hold its special event, all signs point to it being a big one.