Apple today sent out invites for an upcoming event on at its Apple Park campus, confirming that we'll be seeing new iPhones on September 12.
We're expecting three iPhones this year -- a 5.8-inch nearly bezel-free OLED premium model with facial recognition and no Home button, a standard 4.7-inch iPhone, and a standard 5.5-inch iPhone. All three will feature wireless charging, upgraded processors, camera improvements, and more.
For a complete look at what to expect on September 12, make sure to check out our full iPhone roundup. It features part leaks, dummy models, design mockups, and all the rumors we've heard about the new devices so far.
We're starting to see our first alleged design schematics featuring Apple's radically redesigned OLED iPhone thatâ€™s coming in 2017.
Unfortunately, because Apple is testing so many prototypes, and the schematics are different, we don't know which one is representative of what we'll see in the fall.
Make sure to check out our iPhone 8 roundup
to see all of the different possibilities.
We may have seven months to go before the unveiling of the iPhone 8, but thanks to its radical design changes, we're already getting non-stop rumors. The latest info suggests it'll include inductive wireless charging, iris scanning or facial recognition, and, most importantly, way better battery life.
We might also see a total of three iPhones in 2017 -- the rumored iPhone 8 with radical design changes and two other iPhones with more incremental updates.
Make sure to check out our full iPhone 8 roundup
-- it's got everything we know about Apple's game-changing 2017 device.