Apple will officially host another September event this year.

The Cupertino company has invited the media to a press event scheduled for 7 September at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco. The invite simply had the caption: "See you on the 7th".

Apple typically unveils its next iPhone model (actually, it's now models) in September, so many have waited for the company to send this year's round of invites. According to several leaks and rumours, we can expect to see the so-called iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus debuted. They'll naturally come with better cameras, better processors, and maybe even better water resistance thanks to the removal of the 3.5mm headphone jack.


We may also see a new, pressure-sensitive home button and 32GB instead of 16GB as the minimum storage capacity for both phones, as well as 3GB RAM and a dual-lens camera exclusively for the iPhone 7 Plus, among other things. But don't expect a radical redesign. Both devices are said to look similar to the iPhone 6S/6S Plus. Apple will reportedly overhaul the iPhone in 2017 to coincide with the smartphone's 10th anniversary.

Apple may also use its event to once again showcase iOS 10, the upcoming update to iOS that should release sometime before the new iPhone models go on sale. Like past events, the 7 September event will begin at 10 am PST. There will likely be a livestream via Apple's site and Apple TV.

Check out Pocket-lint's round-up to see what else might be unveiled at Apple's 7 September event. We will be there live to give you the latest and breaking news as it happens and possibly hands-on reviews.