Apple has invited people to the launch of iPhone 5s on the 10th of September this year, a date almost exactly a year after the unveiling of the iPhone 5.
“At the very least, we’re expecting a next-gen iPhone to hit the stage. We’ll also be holding out hope for an oh-so-colourful lower-end iPhone 5C for emerging markets – markets where Android and even Windows Phone are the platforms of choice for communities making the move into the smartphone era,” wrote Engadget.
Apple has also in the past unveiled a S-version of previous phones, such as the iPhone 3S and 4S, which could hint at a 5S version.
The newest version of iOS operation is also anticipated to be launched along side the new apple phone; the iOS7. The OS has been in developer testing for a number of months and has undergone a number of updates so by 10 of this month it is expected to be ready.
It is also expected in some circles that Apple might reveal a new iPad, or a different version of it.
According to Apple, the iPhone 5 was their most challenging device to design. “I don’t think it’s an exaggeration to say that the hardware and software engineering that has gone into this product is the most challenging our team has taken on,” Phil Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of worldwide marketing said during the unveiling of the iPhone 5.