It seems that the wait for Apple iPhone 8 will finally be over on September 12. The firm has begun sending out media invites for an event for that date. The program is scheduled to be held at the Steve Jobs Theater, Cupertino.

The Verge claims that the firm will finally be seen unveiling its 10th-anniversary iPhone at the event. This comes across as quite a relief as Apple has long been rumored to delay its smartphone launch by at least two months. They might even introduce its third-gen Watch, iOS 11 and TV.

Company might launch three versions of iPhone

According to The Verge, the tim cook-led company will be seen launching not one, but three iPhone devices: iPhone 8, 7S and 7S Plus.

The company completes ten years with its iPhone this year, and the launch iPhone 8 will mark that special occasion. By earlier reports in Bloomberg, the device may feature a bezel-less OLED display and 3D face-scanning front camera. They will introduce the wireless charging technology with all of its three devices.

Apple’s third-gen Watch is expected to come with support for LTE-connection. If this turns out to be true, then users will no longer be required to connect their iPhones with Watches to make and receive calls. The design-aspect will remain the same on the Watch 3, but it will come supporting several other exciting features like water-resistant capabilities. Its product will go on sale on September 22, a report by Daily Mail speculates. An unidentified Foxconn employee had revealed that these devices had already entered mass production earlier this month.

The most expensive iPhone of all time

The iPhone 8 is speculated to feature a 5.8-inch display, while iPhone 7S and 7S Plus will retain the same size as iPhone 7. If the device does appear with the facial scanning feature, then there are chances that the firm might eliminate the physical home button.

According to a report by Gadgets 360, the smartphone will be running the latest iOS 11 which was announced at the Apple WWDC conference in May this year. The firm may give into the mainstream norm, by integrating iPhone 8 with a dual rear camera setup. Prices for its device may start anywhere around $1,000, which makes it as expensive as the MacBook Pro laptop. Considering that the product is mostly targeted towards the niche audience, there will still be buyers who are willing to shell out as much as $1,000 on a mobile phone. On the other hand, Apple TV is speculated to extend support for 4K and HDR technologies.