According to a new report from 9to5Mac, Apple will announce its iPhone 15 series on September 13. The date which falls on Wednesday would be six days later than last year’s iPhone 14 series announcement. The new report cites multiple sources familiar with the matter which claim US mobile carriers have asked employees no to take days off on September 13 due to a “major smartphone announcement”. This could of course be a non-Apple related launch but the timing makes it sound genuine.
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The iPhone 15 rumors have been going off lately suggesting slimmer bezels and a titanium frame on the 15 Pro models alongside new cameras and a periscope module on the 15 Pro Max. The vanilla 15 and 15 Plus are said to gain Dynamic Island cutouts but no 120Hz ProMotion just yet. The iPhone 15 Pro is expected to cost $100 more than its predecessor, starting at $1,099 while the 15 Pro Max is allegedly due for a $200 hike and may start at $1,299.