iPhone 15 Event Is Expected On September 13

The launch of the iPhone 15 Plus and iPhone 15 Pro Max is just a few weeks away. If you trust the latest indications, the next Apple keynote will take place on September 13th, followed by a timely market launch of the smartphones.

Holiday ban for provider employees

The closer the Apple event in September gets, the more rumors about the official keynote date intensify. According to information from 9to5Mac, the presentation of the new iPhone 15 family is planned for the third week of September, more precisely for September 13, 2023.

Several sources are said to have confirmed to colleagues that various mobile network providers are currently instructing their employees to register on September 13 Keep September free and do not submit any leave. The reason for this is an “important smartphone announcement”. The date on a Wednesday would definitely fit into Apple’s keynote scheme.

If the US manufacturer also sticks to its market launch habits, pre-orders for the iPhone 15 (Plus) and iPhone 15 Pro (Max) could start on September 15th and delivery from September 22nd. At the same time, analysts expect that there could be delays in delivery for some models.

Features and prices of the iPhone 15 Pro

The iPhone 15 Pro (Max) is currently the main focus of the rumor mill. The Pro models should benefit from narrower display edges and the change from the Lightning port to USB-C this year. In addition, Apple is likely to switch from the currently used stainless steel frame to a variant made of titanium. The iPhone 15 (Plus), on the other hand, could ditch the notch and put it on the pill-shaped Dynamic Island.

Technically, Apple should go the classic upgrade path and continue to accommodate its two-model series in two performance classes. Accordingly, the iPhone 15 Pro would rely on the new A17 chip, while the iPhone 15 gets last year’s Apple A16. Improvements to the camera are also promised, such as the optical zoom (periscope lens). Last but not least, there could be a price increase.

Compared to the iPhone 14 Pro. Analysts assume that Apple will turn the price screw upwards by up to 200 US dollars, at least in the home market.