Dogged by rumors and speculation as recently as Tuesday morning, Apple has finally confirmed when it might be unveiling the much-discussed 5G-compatible iPhone 12. The tech giant is set to announce its latest products in a virtual event set for Sept. 15 at 10 a.m. PDT, or 1 p.m. EDT.

Apple enthusiasts can bookmark the official Apple Events page for the reveal, if they haven’t already, as the event will be live-streamed from Apple Park there next week.

While it is unclear what exactly Apple will reveal next week, the event page features the tagline “Time Flies,” leading many to speculate that a new Apple Watch model will be a major focus, not the new iPhone. The “Series 6” Apple Watch, according to recent reports, will sport a faster processor, an improved sleep tracker, and the ability to track blood-oxygen levels.

According to CNET, the event will primarily focus on the Apple Watch and a new iPad.

Leading up to this official reveal, Apple has been rumored to be revealing four models in the iPhone 12 line later this year: 5.4-inch and 6.1-inch standard models, and 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch Pro models, reports The Verge. If true, the smallest standard model would be the smallest iPhone since the 2016 iPhone SE, while the biggest Pro model would be the largest yet.

All four are to feature the first OLED screens on iPhones and will be the first Apple releases to support 5G data networks.

On the design front, the iPhone 12 has been said to deviate from the template used since the iPhone X with a “squared-off metal frame” construction in the vein of the iPhone 4 and the latest iPad Pro models.

Apple is expected to unveil its newest iPhone at an online event September 15
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