APPLE could be revealing the iPhone 13 on September 14, according to tech analyst and famed Apple leaker Jon Prosser.
The tech expert tweeted the claims, which are supported by other rumours and leaks about a September launch event.
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Prosser tweeted: “Yep! iPhone 13 Pre-Orders Starting September 17th, Launch on September 24th.
“For what it’s worth, we are corroborating these dates.”
He added: “Yes, this would mean event on Tuesday, September 14th.”
Prosser is the creator of the Front Page Tech website that also made these claims.
If true, fans only have just over two weeks to wait until they see the latest iPhone.
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Chinese e-commerce website, IT Home, suggests a September 17 launch.
Experts also expect to see some new Apple AirPods at the rumoured September launch event.
Apple commonly has an iPhone launch event in September each year and usually reveals a selection of other gadgets at the same time.
The iPhone 13 isn’t expected to be a huge upgrade on the iPhone 12 but Apple is always full of surprises.
As with all rumours, we’ll have to wait for official word from Apple before we can 100% confirm a new iPhone and its launch date.
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