Bloomberg reports that Apple will introduce the iPhone 14 at its upcoming product unveiling event on September 7.
The first half of September is typically when Apple holds a major event, so fans of the tech company finally have a date to mark their calendars.
Like the previous ones Apple held during the COVID-19 pandemic, the event will be streamed live.
Apple is rumored to unveil the iPhone 14 lineup at the event, which will reportedly include the standard iPhone 14, a new big-screen iPhone 14, an iPhone 14 Pro, and an iPhone 14 Pro Max.
Some of the more extravagant upgrades are reportedly reserved for the Pro phones, such as an always-on display, the most recent A-series processor, and the removal of the notch in favor of a pill-shaped hole-punch cutout.
In the past, the iPhones that are introduced at the event have gone on sale shortly after. According to reports, store employees have been instructed to prepare for a launch of some kind on September 16.
If you intend to upgrade, you might want to prepare your wallet.
The Cupertino-based company is expected to unveil new Apple Watch models at the event, along with an upgraded rugged model and an upgraded Apple Watch SE.
A new entry-level iPad without a headphone jack, the newest version of the AirPods Pro, which may support uncompressed audio, and other items are possible announcements by Apple at the upcoming event.