Apple iPhone 15 Launch Event Likely To Be Held On September 12: All You Need To Know

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Next month , There is a surprise from the largest tech giant ever, Apple Inc. They are reportedly planning to launch its upcoming iPhone 15 series including the iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro, and iPhone 15 Pro Max, next month. According to the latest report from Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, Apple iPhone 15 launch event is likely to be held on Tuesday (September 12).

The September event of Apple will not only reveal the iPhone 15 lineup, but also the new Apple Watch Series 9, Apple Watch Ultra 2, iOS 17 and more.

Gurman, who shared a post on X(formerly twitter), said that “the signs are increasingly pointing to September 12 as the date for the iPhone 15 event.” He also said that “the event is being planned as an in-person launch. It will have a recorded video + people watching at the Apple campus + hands-on afterwards. It will be similar to the iPhone 14 launch,” Gurman added.

Gurman had previously suggested two possible dates for the event: September 12 or September 13. But now it seems like Tuesday is more likely.

Apple usually holds its iPhone‌ events in the first two weeks of September, often on a Tuesday. Having an early September launch helps Apple boost ‌iPhone‌ sales before the end of the fiscal quarter, according to MacRumors.

Reports say that if the ‌iPhone 15‌ models are announced on September 12 and Apple follows its usual timing, pre-orders will start on Friday, September 15, and the launch will happen on Friday, September 22. This year, the iPhone 15 Pro models may have a higher price than the current models.

The iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus will have the same price as before: $799 and $899. The iPhone 15 Pro may cost up to $1,099 (up from $999), and the iPhone 15 Pro Max may cost up to $1,299 (up from $1,099).

The Pro models are expected to have several new features, such as a USB-C port, titanium frame, Action button that can be customized, faster A17 Bionic chip, thinner bezels on the display, Wi-Fi 6E support, more RAM, and an improved Ultra Wideband chip.

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