“First, it’ll be the inaugural event for the Steve Jobs Theater on the new Apple campus,” Palladino writes. “Second, the company is expected to release three new iPhones, which is a change from recent norms. Third and most importantly, the iPhone 8 will be the showstopper of the event,” Valentina Palladino writes for Ars Technica. “It’s expected to look very different from any iPhones that came before it, it’ll sport a bunch of new features never seen before on an Apple handset, and it’ll probably be expensive, too.”
“New iPhones aren’t the only announcements to come on Tuesday: we’ll likely see a new Apple TV and an updated Apple Watch,” Palladino writes. “After the announcements made at Apple’s WorldWide Developers Conference in June, we will also hear about forthcoming software releases. But make no mistake: this is primarily an iPhone event, and it might be the biggest one since the device debuted in 2007.”
Much more in the full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: As we wrote last evening:
It’s really two events worth of stuff:
• September Event 1: iPhones with releases of iOS 11 and macOS High Sierra
• October Event 2: LTE Apple Watch Series 3, 4K Apple TV, HomePod demo and possible pre-order/release dates, etc.
What else does Apple have up its sleeve? – September 7, 2017