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Apple announces release date for 2018 lineup; starts sending invites for September 12 event

Apple fans rejoice! The most awaited date of the year is finally out! Apple is set to release the latest lineup of products on Sept. 12. The buzz in the air is more electrifying than ever, with the stylish invites setting the tone of the event. The invite features a bronze circle, with “Gather round” written below it. The venue would be the same as previous year’s: Steve Jobs Theatre in Cupertino, California. The launch event is expected to commence at 10 am local time.

Products we are expecting be revealed-

This year’s launch event would bring to the spotlight the new iPhone models, which are upgrades to their flagship killer iPhone X. As per rumors, the upgraded gadgets and the iPhones would make this event very impressive. The new gadgets that would be unveiled include new iPhones, a 13″ MacBook Air, an updated Mac Mini( the last update was 4 years ago), upgraded iPad Pro and a next-gen Apple Watch.

The 5.8 and 6.1 inch iPhones with OLED and LCD screen respectively are expected to be the main highlight, along with the larger 6.5 ” variant. The entry level 5.8″ iPhone is expected to come in numerous vibrant colours, like the iPhone 5C. Except, there’s no cheap plastic this time. Meanwhile, the 3D touch feature is expected to be removed. The Apple Watch would get better connectivity as well as Siri on voice command. Information on the much awaited AirPods 2 might also be revealed. The new iPad models would come in 2 different sizes:  an 11-inch version and a 12.9-inch version. Apple might also tell us about the much-awaited wireless charging platform in AirPower.

Apple’s financial reports indicate that this year is going to add to their monumental 4th quarter results from last year. The trillion-dollar-company is optimistic about its devices and expects a positive reception from both customers and critics.