Apple may launch 2020 iPhones on September 8
Every year in September Apple launches its new iPhones along with a couple of other products. This year it has been speculated that the 2020 iPhones may not arrive on the scheduled time. A new rumour, however, suggests that Apple may launch the new iPhones on September 8. Not only that, the tipster says that Apple will hold another event in October 2020 as well. A tipster, who goes by the name iHacktu Pro on Twitter, has detailed Apple’s launch plan for its new products. The leaker suggests that the first event — online only — will be held on September 8 and this when Apple will launch the 2020 iPhones. Along with the iPhones, it is expected that Apple will unveil the Watch Series 6 also. Not just that but the tipster says that a new variant of iPad and the much-awaited AirPower mat will also be unveiled. The products in question have been in the works for sometime and even though September 8 might not be the launch date, we can expect them to see the light of the day later this year. Apple Special Events September 8 (online)iPhones,Apple Watch,AirPower,iPadOctober 27iPad Pro, Apple Silicon Mac… https://t.co/qFJaW8uCAW— iHacktu Pro (@ihacktu) 1595597093000The tipster also suggests that October 27 is when Apple will hold another event. At this second event, Apple is rumoured to unveil the new iPad Pro and new MacBooks, which will be powered by its own Silicon chipsets and not Intel’s. Apple is known to hold an event usually on the second Tuesday of September. In 2018, the company launched the iPhones with the Watch in September and then in October launched the iPad Pro and the MacBook Air at another event. So the leaks could be true as Apple has followed this launch strategy. While it is certain that the September event will be an online-only event, the tipster suggests that the October event may or may not have a virtual keynote.