Apple is rumored to be hosting an event on September 12th to unveil the bezel-less iPhone 8 and redesigned iPhone 7s and 7s Plus, according to a report from Mac4Ever via 9to5Mac. The website cites sources who understand carriers have been notified of this date to ready their marketing material for the new devices. We haven’t heard anything official from Apple as of yet, but at least according to their history, press invitations should begin being sent out next week so we should learn the official date soon.
In another report today, the upcoming iPhone 8 is also expected to ship in 64, 256, and 512GB capacities. The last model will likely cost a pretty penny, but it’ll be on par with what Apple’s doing with the iPad Pro and will give users likely much more than enough room to store their photos, music, and apps. Personally, I think 512GB is a bit overkill, but it could prove useful if you decide to use the phone for the next few years or so.