This might be the first look at the Apple Watch Series 4

James Marshall
August 30, 2018

The new 6.1-inch iPhone is expected to hit shelves a bit later than the OLED models - possibly not until October, Bloomberg reports.

A woman looks at the screen of her mobile phone in front of an Apple logo outside its store in Shanghai, China July 30, 2017.

The event could show new iPad Pro's.

Apple's third new iPhone is expected the be the cheapest of the three, with only a single rear camera and a likely less impressive 6.1-inch LCD display.

It's just about September, meaning Apple is likely gearing up to present the world with a new iPhone.

The tech titan released an invitation to members of the press Thursday morning inviting them to "Gather Round" the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, Calif. on september 12.

The new iPhones will boast significantly bigger, edge-to-edge screens. The new Apple Watch models will include larger screens that cover almost the entire front of the watch. The story appeared this afternoon, alongside a reported exclusive look at the next, larger, iPhone XS.

Rumors also suggest this new iPhone will not come with 3D Touch.

Of those, 42% plan on buying one of the three new iPhones to be announced next month, while 18% plan to purchase an iPhone X, 16% want to upgrade to an iPhone 8, and 24% intend to upgrade to another iPhone.

Some speculation indicates that Apple could introduce multiple iPhone models at the event, including a lower-end version for the more affordable set, as well as the fancy new model with the golden ring pictured above. In images of the analog watch face, the Series 4 has eight complications - four around the outside of the time and four around the watch hands.

You can see the invite image for yourself above.

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