Apple sent out a flurry of invitations to the tech press today that heralds another in a long line of its special events. This latest event will be held September 7. The tagline this time around—"See you on the 7th"—almost certainly means we'll be introduced to a new generation of iPhone hardware early next month. The company is once again renting out San Francisco's expansive Bill Graham Civic Auditorium to host this latest extravganza, another hint we're in for something big.
And here it is! Apple iPhone (maybe Apple Watch?) event on Sept 7 at 10AM in SF. pic.twitter.com/wmio7USJ6m— Joanna Stern (@JoannaStern) August 29, 2016
On top of the possible introduction of next-generation iPhones with more-advanced camera hardware inside, Apple might also use this event to introduce the next-generation Apple Watch and a long-overdue update to its MacBook family of notebook PCs. Nothing is for certain yet, though, so hang on to your Smart Covers and join us next Wednesday as we learn what Apple has in store.
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