Typically, Apple launches its new set of iPhones during September but this year, no official invites have been sent to the media yet. Some speculate that September 10th could be the new release date.
September 10 has come to light as a newly released iOS 13 home screen images called “HoldForRelease” have September 10th on the calendar.
In both 2017 & 2018, the new iPhones have launched on September 12th, making the 10th a completely plausible date.
As well as this, the iO2 12 launch photos displayed the 12th on the images calendar back on release too, meaning this rumour may have some truth behind it.
Keep up to date with GRM Daily for any more news following the new iPhone launch, but for now, head back and check out previous rumours that we’re leaked all about 2020’s iPhone here.