Apple Reveals Launch Date for the Trio of New iPhone Devices

September 1, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Mark your calendars for the second Wednesday of September. That’s the day on which Apple will unveil its much anticipated iPhone 8 device to the masses. The official press invite has now been sent out declaring that the next big Apple Event will be held on September 12.

The invite doesn’t gives out much info in the form of teaser, reading out only ‘Let’s meet at our place’. The reference is of Steve Jobs Theater on its new Apple Park campus in Cupertino, which is pretty good shift to reflect the tenth anniversary of the original iPhone.

The invite includes nothing else, and doesn’t teases its upcoming iPhone 8 device that is expected to be launched alongside the upgraded versions of iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. Earlier reports have already indicated that Apple will move towards an edge-to-edge display this year for the revolutionary iPhone, with a display tactic similar to that of Essential smartphone except for that in-display slot for the host of sensors and front cam will be a bigger one in iPhone 8.

Apart from that, Apple is also expected to bring in face-recognition technology to the device, a move that will take off Touch ID off the mainstream device. The improved security system will let users perform all the secure actions including logging in, payment authentication, secure app launches and much more by simply scanning their faces. Thankfully, Apple will have 3D sensors packed to provide more accurate and secure authentication than that of normal 2D face scanning used on Android devices.

Alongside iPhone 8, Apple will also unveil the iPhone 7S and 7S Plus devices, both of which will be upgraded versions of the last year flagship iPhones. The biggest addition will be the inclusion of wireless charging features. Apple is also set to launch the new Apple TV at the event that will feature support for 4K streams. Apple Watch with LTE connectivity are also said to be presented on stage during the event.

Along with that, we will also be presented the final versions of the iPhone and Mac software. iOS 11 was initially launched during June this year, and it’s currently being tested across by developers. More of those can be witnessed on September 12.

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