Apple To Hold Next iPhone Event On Tuesday, September 10th [Report]

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Decorations outside of the Yerba Buena Center in San Francisco for last year's iPhone 5 event
Decorations outside of the Yerba Buena Center in San Francisco for last year's iPhone 5 event

Apple will hold its next iPhone event on Tuesday, September 10th, according to AllThingsD, a site that has a spotless track record when it comes to predicting these dates. Last year’s event for the iPhone 5 was held on Wednesday, September 12th.

The rumor mill is expecting Apple to unveil its successor to the iPhone 5, the iPhone 5S, as well as a lower-cost model in multiple colors, dubbed the iPhone 5C. iOS 7 will likely be announced to the public as well and ship on the new iPhone(s) Apple announces later in the month. No word on when we’ll see new iPads yet, but an update to the 10-inch model is expected this fall. Opinions are split on whether we’ll see a Retina iPad mini before the holidays.

Apple will also release OS X Mavericks sometime this fall, but AllThingsD says not to expect that at this September 10th event. It’s looking like we’re going to get a couple media events from Apple over the next few months, just like last year. Get ready for lots of new products.

Update: Jim Dalrymple of The Loop has confirmed the September 10th date with one of his famous “yeps.” It’s happening.

Source: AllThingsD

  • Robert_Trance

    Thanks for info, set to calendar!

  • MrsCleaver

    With Apple, nothing is certain until it’s certain.

  • Shane Bryson

    With Apple, nothing is certain until it’s certain.

    In the past few years, Apple has been TERRIBLE with it’s secrets. We know every move they make before they make it. September 10th it is!

  • Howie Isaacks

    Great! I’m looking forward to seeing the final product.

  • rammo123

    I love how CoM talks about the “rumour mill” as if it’s not an integral part of said mill.

  • Gregory Wright

    “It’s looking like we’re going to get a couple media events from Apple over the next few months, just like last year. Get ready for lots of new products.”

    Of course, the phase in. Look at all the publicity Apple receives.