Apple will debut new iPhone at its new 'spaceship' campus

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There's a lot on the menu for the Tuesday event, not least of which is the new iPhone, which may not be called the iPhone 8, but will assuredly have a full-screen face, no Home button, and a price tag of at least $1,000. This time around, the event will be held at the Steve Jobs Theater at Apple's new campus in Cupertino, California. In fact, few have seen the interior besides a handful of reporters and, of course, Apple employees. The Company's products and services include iPhone, iPad, Mac, iPod, Apple TV, a portfolio of consumer and professional software applications, the iOS and OS X operating systems, iCloud, and a variety of accessory, service and support offerings.

In the invite, Apple simply wrote "Let's meet at our place". This is the 10th Anniversary of the iPhone and rumours are rife about Apple bridging the gap between its rivals in terms of features and perhaps going beyond them.

As for wireless charging, consistent rumours and leaks have nearly made it certain that the new iPhone will have this cool feature. As per various reports published over the past many weeks, the new iPhone boasts many new features and enhancements, and one of those features is that it is an all screen high-end device. Rumors indicate the company will introduce three new devices at the event: the iPhone 7S, iPhone 7S Plus and the so-called iPhone 8, which will be the 10th anniversary edition. The theater was specifically created to host Apple events, and what better way to christen the new space than with what is expected to be a big iPhone debut.

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US-based Apple is all set to unveil the latest versions of its iPhone on September 12, in addition to rolling out updates to the Apple Watch, Apple TV, and iOS.

Numerous services such as Netflix and Amazon Prime video now broadcast in Ultra HD so it would make sense for Apple to join the 4K revolution.