Customers of Apple may soon be able to see the newest iPhones.
On Wednesday, Apple handed out press invitations for an event scheduled for September 7 at which it is anticipated to introduce the new iPhone 14 series.
The company’s invitation, which is always thoroughly examined for hidden meanings, has the phrase “Far out” and a picture of the night sky in the form of the Apple logo.
The event will be aired live from Apple Park, the company’s headquarters in Cupertino, California, on Apple’s website. Due to the epidemic, Apple has conducted the majority of its events electronically in recent years.
According to rumors, Apple will introduce a bigger iPhone 14 and do away with the divisive notch that surrounds the front-facing camera. It could also improve the phone’s cameras.
Apple is also anticipated to reveal the release date for iOS 16, its most recent mobile operating system. Apple introduced a number of updates to iOS 16 at its annual developers conference in June, including a new lock screen and the capacity to edit or unsend texts.