Apple today announced an event that'll happen on September 15th. It'll begin at 10:00 am PT / 1:00 pm ET, and as with Apple's WWDC keynote earlier this year, the event will be held virtually.
Unsurprisingly, Apple isn't revealing what it has planned for the show. Apple has announced new iPhone hardware at September events for the past several years, and so it's likely that the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro phones will be officially revealed at this new event.
It's rumored that there will be a total of four new iPhones this year with 5.4-inch, 6.1-inch, and 6.7-inch OLED screens. These new models are said to have an updated design with flat sides and all four are expected to get 5G support, though rumors say that three of them could only get sub-6GHz 5G while the iPhone 12 Pro Max will get the super-fast mmWave 5G, too.
We'll probably get to meet the Apple Watch Series 6 during this event, too, with rumors saying there will also be a replacement for the cheaper Apple Watch Series 3. An updated iPad Air with an iPad Pro-like edge-to-edge screen may also be in Apple's plans.
Also likely to be announced at this event are the official launch dates for the iOS 14, iPadOS 14, and watchOS 7 updates.
UPDATE: According to a report from Bloomberg, this event features the tagline "Time Flies" and it will focus on the new Apple Watch and new iPad Air. The new iPhone 12 models are expected to be announced in October.