Very recently, Apple took upon itself to release the seventh beta of iOS 13, the release of which had image files which indicated that Apple could end up holding its next big iPhone unveiling event on the 10th of September, 2019.
The image actually includes an iOS calendar app icon which quite clearly says September 10 on it. A very similar screenshot to that was found, which said September 12. This was shortly before Apple’s iPhone unveiling event which took place a year ago. And yes, the event did end up being held on 12 September. And also, this time around, versions of the image that had a date on them were found depicting both the iPhone, as well as the iPad interfaces.
Regardless though, this date was quite likely anyways. It has been such that Apple almost every year holds its iPhone event at the same time each September. The event is usually held in the second week of September – usually on a Tuesday.
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This time around, the company is set to unveil three new iPhones to its already huge collection of the devices. Not only this, as it is also expected that Apple will launch an Apple Watch to go along with it. Also, there have been rumors from the supply chain with regards to an impending 16-inch redesign of the MacBook Pro. However, the source with which such news came about is not at all strong, and so there isn’t much substance to report what’s coming with any degree of certainty.
We will also see the very first public releases of both the iOS 13 as well as macOS Catalina in the weeks that will follow the event. Apple’s track record suggests that it will release the new OS very shortly after the event of the iPhones, and shortly before the devices actually ship. And so, one would have to imagine that the mid of September is what Apple has in mind for the release of the iOS 13.
iOS 13 will bring about a range of new features that have never been seen before in iPhones. These will range from the likes of the introduction to Dark Mode – to the likes of multitasking, external storage support, and more. It is also expected that there will be some significant changes to Apple Maps too.