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Apple is set to introduce its new iPhone 15 series in September. A report says that there is a hint it could happen on September 13, but Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman states there is also a possibility that it be a day earlier.
9To5Mac first shared the detail about the event last week, saying they deduced the date based on the information shared by people with knowledge of the matter. According to the website, “Mobile carriers have been asking employees not to take days off on September 13 due to a major smartphone announcement.”
We noted, nonetheless, that the date should be taken with a pinch of salt since the website itself shared that the sources didn’t directly state that it would be an iPhone-related event. Yet, a new report from famous Apple leaker Mark Gurman says it could indeed be the date we all have been waiting for.
According to Gurman in his new article, he was told that the event could happen on September 13 or 12. The day Apple usually holds the event and the change in last year’s iPhone 14 announcement explain the uncertainty about the date. To recall, Apple usually conducts it on Tuesdays, but the Cupertino company had it on a Wednesday last year. It explains Gurman’s claims on why it could be a day earlier.
Meanwhile, Gurman also supports 9To5Mac’s claim that the official launch could happen a week later: September 22. On September 7, a Friday, the company will reportedly start accepting pre-orders.
If this is all true and Apple sticks with its past launching dates, we are just weeks away from having the actual glimpse of the new iPhone 15 models. Yet, it is still safe to expect delays. As shared in earlier reports, the production of the line is far from perfect due to the issues Apple’s partners are experiencing. With this, as some analysts believe, there’s a chance some models could face delays.