Apple will likely reveal the iPhone 8 in less than a couple of weeks during the company’s press event on September 12. The gathering was announced in media invites, according to Apple Insider.

The event will take place at 10 a.m PST in the Steve Jobs Theater at the new Apple Park campus in Cupertino, Calif., a picture of the invite shows.

While we wait for the day of the event, here's a roundup of the rumors surrounding the the 10th anniversary iPhone:

OLED Screen and Display Technology

The iPhone 8 is expected to come with an edge-to-edge OLED display.  Samsung is said to be the OLED display supplier for Apple. Apple reportedly agreed to a two-year deal worth $9 billion with Samsung for OLED panels. A previous report said the Korean company will operate seven OLED production lines at “full scale” this month.

The device is rumored to come with a True Tone feature, which allows the display to adjust depending on the environment it’s in.

Home Button

The iPhone 8 will reportedly ditch the physical home button and will come with an embedded Touch ID. The upcoming HomePod’s firmware suggests the iPhone 8’s home button will be different than previous versions. iOS developer Steve Troughton-Smith found in the firmware information about the home button that suggests users will have the ability to resize the home button on the screen and will also be able to hide it. He also said there is no API to change the home button’s color, which means it’ll be able to adapt to background colors. The home button will also have tab bars that will extend under it.

iPhone 8 Cameras

The front and back cameras of the 10th anniversary iPhone will be able to record 4K resolution videos in 60 frames-per-second, Apple’s HomePod firmware suggests. The firmware also points to an infra-red front camera with 3D face unlocking capability. The iPhone 8 is expected to feature a vertical dual-camera system, instead a horizontal placement that was seen on the iPhone 7.

Wireless Charging

The KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said the new iPhone will support faster charging, but fans will have to spend more money on a Lightning-to-USB-C cable and wall adapter for that feature. The device is also rumored to come with wireless charging technology, which could include a standalone charging accessory that will be sold separately. In June, iPhone assembler Wistron confirmed this year’s iPhones will be waterproof and will have a wireless charging feature.

AR Technology

The new iPhone is expected to come with AR capabilities and facial recognition, which could be supported by its rumored 3D-sensing front camera. Apple revealed its ARKit toolset for developers during the Worldwide Developers Conference in June. Developers are already building AR apps for iOS 11 with Apple’s AR Kit. iOS 11 is set to be released next month to coincide with the iPhone 8.

iOS 11

The iOS 11 update is set to boost the iPhone 8 and other models. Apple gave a preview of the software update at WWDC. iOS 11 will include numerous features, like the Do Not Disturb While Driving mode and person-to-person with Apple Pay via iMessage. The update will also include changes to the Control Center, File System, Notification System and Photos app. iOS 11 will also improve Siri and will let users drag and drop content from one app to another.

The update will also come with new health features, such as data sharing via iCloud with the Apple Watch, iPad and iPhone. iOS 11 and the upcoming watchOS 4 update for the Apple Watch will also sync music playlists from Apple Music to wearable devices for workouts.

Kuo previously said all three devices will be launched in September, the iPhone 8, iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus. However, Kuo predicts the iPhone 8 will be released in limited quantities. The analyst said this year’s lineup will come in only three colors: black, silver and gold.

The iPhone 8, which could also be called the iPhone X, iPhone Pro or iPhone Edition, will be priced at more than $1,000, according to Goldman Sachs analysts.