Apple is plotting a special event on September 10th at which it will show off its new iPhone range. That’s according to sources speaking with the always-reliable Ina Fried at All Things D.
Word is that the early September bash will be purely focused on the iPhone, with a separate event for the iPad being held at a later date.
However, Apple is expected to release iOS 7 in the days after September 10th, tying the release of its updated operating system to its new handsets.
While exact details of the handsets Tim Cook will show off are not made clear in the report, it’s widely believed that Apple will unveil a slightly tweaked, top-end iPhone 5S, with a budget, plastic iPhone 5C also making an appearance.
The latter has been the subject of a series of rumours and leaks in the last few months.
Internal parts and displays have been seen across the web extensively, including our own exclusive snaps of the top-end device’s screen.
Specs-wise, new rumours have claimed that the iPhone 5S will rock a convex fingerprint scanner as its home button.
This will put the device ahead of key Android rivals and should bolster security too.