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Apple will hold its next big event on September 7th, when it’s expected to unveil new iPhones and updated Apple Watches. Apple sent out invitations yesterday morning that simply said “See you on the 7th” The venue is once again at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco, with the familiar start time of 10 a.m. PT.

The next iPhone is expected to be launched at this event by Apple CEO Tim Cook and his company and is rumored to have a dual-camera system, pressure sensitive home button, and will remove the headphone jack seen on previous models. . Apple may finally do away with the 16GB entry model and move up to a 32GB model as well

The Apple Watch, a product that hasn’t been updated since April 2015, is also due for an upgrade. In addition to the new operating system ,new fitness features including rumored GPS tracking could help position a refreshed watch as a better activity tracker. Earlier reports suggested it could have a camera as well, although it wouldn’t be surprising if plans have changed since then, given that Apple is shifting the Watch’s focus away from messaging.

Beyond new iPhones and wearables, Apple could also address the smart-home landscape: the launch of a dedicated Home app in iOS 10 means a bigger push for HomeKit-connected appliances and home accessories.