With all the hype about Apple’s upcoming iPhones, all that the public needs is a debut and release date. Here’s when Apple might unveil and eventually release this year’s iPhones.

Apple’s 2019 iPhones have been the subject of leaks, predictions and rumors for quite some time now. The Cupertino tech giant, however, hasn’t announced when it plans to unveil the devices, when will it start taking preorders, and when will those who preorder get their hands on the upcoming devices.

Thankfully, someone keeping tabs about Apple’s yearly iPhone releases tried to make an “educated guess” and sought to share her predictions with the world.

CNet’s Lynn La noted that while Apple hasn’t sent out any invitation to any iPhone events yet, it’s possible for people to predict when it will unveil the new iPhones. This is made possible by a “pattern” La believes Apple is following year after year. Here’s how La describes the “pattern.”

“For the past seven years Apple has announced iPhones either in the same week as Labor Day, which is on the first Monday in September, or the following week,” La said.

La explained that if Labor day falls on Sept. 3 or earlier, Apple will announce the new iPhones the following week. But if Labor day falls on Sept. 5 onward, Apple will announce the devices within the same week. For example, in 2015 and 2016, Labor day fell on Sept. 7 and 5, respectively, and Apple announced new iPhones two days later on Wednesday.

A quick glance at Apple’s September iPhone debut history (via InfoNewt) shows that Apple doesn’t announce later than Sept. 13, starting from the iPhone 5 that was announced Sept. 12 in 2012.

This year’s Labor day falls on Sept. 2. Based on the pattern La observed, Apple will likely announce the new iPhones a week later, either on Tuesday (Sept. 10) or Wednesday (Sept. 11).

La also noted that Apple might start taking preorders the same week the iPhones are announced, specifically on Friday, Sept. 13. The iPhones might then be released a week later, on Sept. 20, both in stores and via shipping for preorders.

Since these dates are but predictions, it would be best to wait for Apple to officially announce debut and release dates.

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Analysts believe a foldable iPhone is coming sooner or later. (Pictured: Tim Cook, chief executive officer of Apple, speaks during an Apple event at the Steve Jobs Theater at Apple Park on September 12, 2018 in Cupertino, California.) Justin Sullivan/Getty Images