APPLE is expected to release its next iPhone sooner than expected.
Insiders say the new iPhone 14 could land at the very beginning of September.
It was previously expected that Apple would host an event around September 13, followed by a September 23 release date.
But Bloomberg journalist and long-time Apple leaker Mark Gurman claims that the timeline has shifted forward by a week.
The iPhone tipster says that the annual launch event will take place on September 7.
And he claims that the new devices will go on sale on September 16.
We’ll find out about the Apple event the week before it’s due to take place.
That means we could hear more about an Apple event at the very end of August.
And remember: Apple may also hold an additional event in October or November for other gadgets.
Of course, we can’t guarantee any of these dates – but they’re the most likely.
We won’t find out exactly what the iPhone 14 will look like until much closer to launch.
And even then, we could still be a little in the dark – some iPhone news is always a surprise on the night.
But we’re already hearing trickles of information about the mystery mobile.
Apple is said to be finally removing the “notch” at the top of the iPhone – offering a full-screen front for the first time.