Apple CEO Tim Cook has long been hinting that new products are coming this fall, and now we have a date: Sept. 10.
The company will unveil its next iPhone, perhaps called the iPhone 5S on that date, according to AllThingsD. There are also reports that the company will announce a lower-cost iPhone, encased in colorful polycarbonate, instead of aluminum.
AllThingsD says that Apple will not announce its next-generation desktop OS at the event — although that’s coming soon — nor its long-rumored smart watch and TV products.
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Both the new flagship iPhone and the rumored lower-cost version will be running iOS 7, which was announced at Apple’s last developer conference in June. The new iOS features a flat new design, better connectivity to the cloud and improved multi-tasking features, among other improvements.
As for what the new flagship phone will feature, that’s all speculation at this point. Many are expecting a better camera and more robust processor.