Apple looks set to finally unveil the iPhone 12 at a brand new keynote next week.
The tech giant has revealed that a special online event on apple.com will take place next Tuesday (October 13) at 10am PT – 6pm for UK viewers – so make sure you add it to your calendars and click through the link above.
Teasing the event, Apple shared a release with the words "Hi, Speed", and while no further information was given, it seems highly likely that this is the grand unveiling of the new iPhone model.
It comes after the company previously warned that the ongoing coronavirus pandemic could lead to production delays to the iPhone 12.
The new model was notably absent from its previous keynote in September, with the company typically unveiling new iPhone models in that month.
The global situation has also led to the company to making all its events virtual.
However, it seems the phones may finally be ready, so we should finally expect a release date to be confirmed.
Reports also suggest that the 12 line will consist of two regular models and two Pro models, while the screen sizes will reportedly vary from 5.4 inches to 6.7 inches.
Apple's previous event in September unveiled the new Apple Watch Series 6, iPad Air and 8th-generation iPad, while the previous generation of iPhone was released last year.
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