06/09/2017

Apple Invite for Press Conference Goes live

Apple Invite for Press Conference Goes live

Apple is holding a press conference on September which is due to start at 6pm. Where they are likely to unveil the new range of iPhone, the iPhone 8 and introduce a range of new features to iOS 11.

The next iPhone will be the 10th iteration of the game changing smartphone device, as such the event is promising to be a spectacle as Apple Park is brimming with excitement for what promises to be the “biggest ever launch” for every one in Camp Apple.

Watch the spectacular footage of Apple Park nearing completion. The scale of the new building is breathtaking and sets the stage for the latest models.

With launch just days away and most of the work completed, there are still a few question marks hanging around the main auditoriums finish. But we are sure that what is publicly viewable will be finished to a high standard in time for the 12th.

Until then we’ll keep you informed.

DID YOU KNOW that NOW is the best time to sell your iPhone? We released the research and the conclusion that sooner is better than later as it could mean the difference of £100 over the course of the announcement and release of the iPhone.

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