Apple is expected to hold its annual fall iPhone event on September 9th, according to a new report from BuzzFeed’s John Paczkowski. While Apple has yet to officially announce a date – the company rarely does until about a week before the event – Paczkowski notes that sources familiar with Apple’s plans indicate that the company is expecting to hold a special event “the week of September 7th” with the 9th being “the most likely date.” Notably, Apple held last year’s even on September 9th as well.
The report goes on to note that the event will focus on the next-generation iPhones models as well as debuting the new Apple TV. Interestingly, sources also note that the company will debut its latest iPad models at the same event—something that has traditionally been delayed until a later October event in prior years. It also remains unclear whether the new iPad lineup will include the rumoured 12.9-inch “iPad Pro” which is said to be “a wildcard still.”