It's that time of year again: phone launch season. We've already seen the Galaxy Note 10, the Pixel 4 has already leaked to hell, and now we know when the next iPhones are going to pop up. Apple's just revealed it's happening on Tuesday September 10th, which is pretty much when everyone expected it to be.
The event is set to kick off at 10am Pacific time, which is 6pm our time. Considering the rumour mill claims there are going to be three new iPhone models this year, we should probably expect this event to be a long one. It wouldn't surprise me if Apple also had news about other stuff too, especially with Apple TV+ arriving in the US in November.
Naturally we already have a list of all the major iPhone rumours, which you should check out. We don't know what's going to stick and what isn't, but thankfully we only have a couple of weeks before we find out. And another week or two before the phones actually arrive in our hands.