New sources cited by The Wall Street Journal lead us to believe Apple will indeed unveil its new products on September 12. That’s not a surprise, in itself; what is a surprise is the fact that the company will keep the conference at the new Steve Jobs Theater at the Apple Park this year #mobilemagic
In the last couple of years, Apple has introduced new iPhones, smartwatches and announced upgrades at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium (San Francisco). This year though, they might switch venues as the futuristic Apple Park comes to completion. Duncan Sinfield captured the Apple Park‘s construction progress last week.
Drone footage shows a lot of the campus still covered in dirt but patches of green, trees and the building’s exterior give us an idea of the final look of the Park. You can also spot a couple of offices at the end, where the lights are on:
If everything goes according to plan, Tim Cook will open his presentation this September in the 1,000-seat Steve Jobs Theater. In just a couple of weeks, we’ll get to see the much-awaited iPhone 8 with OLED display, facial recognition, (almost) bezel-less display and wireless charging. Apple will also launch the iPhone 7S and iPhone 7S Plus. They’ll probably become available to users around September 22.
While the smartphones will be the highlight of the event, they won’t be the only new Apple products showcased. Expect to see Apple Watch Series 3 in all of its glory, as well as a new Apple TV with 4K video streaming.