Here's What to Expect from Apple's September 12 iPhone Event

James Marshall
September 6, 2017

According to analysts, Apple is not looking to increase its profit margins with the imminent launch of the iPhone 8 and is definitely not looking to piggy back on the bezel-less smartphone's pre-launch popularity thanks to all the hype created since past year.

Apple's keynote event, which will take place on Tuesday 12 September, will be the inaugural event at the theater.

UBS analyst Steven Milunovich and UBS associate analyst Benjamin Wilson, in a note to investors, "questioned the logic" of an iPhone that will be sold for as much as $1,200.

iPhone 8 release is around the corner and everyone is aware that in order to get their hands on this 10 anniversary iPhone, one will have to cough up a ton of moolah.

Apple has now added a new Apple Special Event to the Apple TV, the event will live stream Apple's iPhone 8 event on its TV devices.

Here's What to Expect from Apple's September 12 iPhone Event
Here's What to Expect from Apple's September 12 iPhone Event

If you shelled out for a rose gold iPhone, prepare to feel embarrassment.

A leaked design also suggests that there will be a curved glass back and even a fingerprint scanner on the back. Instead, the rumored high price tag is thanks to all the additions in the handset that have not been seen before in any iPhone iteration to date. The first batch is speculated to hit the markets by mid-October.

In terms of content, Apple has been working on slowly launching its own original shows, which hasn't exactly caught on yet. This means you won't have to pair it with an iPhone to be able to get messages, emails, download apps, songs, etc. but it won't be able to make calls on its own.

Earlier this summer, Apple announced it's Siri-powered smart home speaker the HomePod, and it stands to reason that more information about the device will also be offered at the event.

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