Apple will launch the iPhone 15 on September 12th

Apple has officially scheduled its annual September event, a platform where comprehensive details about the iPhone 15 lineup and updates to other devices are expected to be unveiled. Mark your calendars for September 12th to ensure you don’t miss the live stream.

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The echoes of last year’s event had barely faded when speculations began swirling regarding Apple’s plans for the iPhone 15 series. All models, with the possible exception of a new SE variant, are rumored to bid farewell to the notch and instead embrace the Dynamic Island cutout that made its debut in the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max editions. For WiFi enthusiasts, choosing the iPhone 15 Pro might be essential to access WiFi 6E, as opposed to the standard WiFi 6. Thinner bezels and a titanium frame are anticipated for the 15 Pro and Pro Max models, with whispers hinting at a potential iPhone Ultra, though confirmation might be deferred to next year.

The most captivating prospect is Apple’s contemplated departure from the Lightning port paradigm with the iPhone 15 lineup, ushering in the long-anticipated transition to USB-C. The rationale behind this shift is compelling, driven in part by the EU directive that mandates all tablets and smartphones marketed in the European Union to adopt USB-C starting next year. Conforming to this directive could streamline Apple’s approach by adopting a uniform connector across all forthcoming devices, bypassing the endeavor to uphold the Lightning port standard in other markets.

The wait for insights into this year’s new iPhones is nearly over. The event is likely to shed light on the future trajectory of the Apple Watch series as well. And as customary, there’s always the tantalizing possibility of an unforeseen “one more thing” announcement. Our commitment to providing real-time coverage of this fall’s iPhone event remains unwavering, ensuring you stay informed as the event unfolds.