Four models of iPhone 13 are rumoured to launch on September 17

iPhone 13 Launch: Apple may have chosen a date for the debut of its iPhone 13 series, although we have not yet received confirmation of this. Nevertheless, according to a fresh article that has been found on a Chinese social media platform, the Cupertino tech giant will release its newest iPhone range on September 17th, which is Friday.

Notably, the latest rumored date is for the launch of the next iPhone series, which is a significant milestone.

For those who are unfamiliar, Apple has traditionally had its launch ceremonies on Tuesdays and has begun selling its products on Fridays.

This is in addition to a mention in the post that Apple will make its official debut with the third-generation AirPods on Thursday, September 30. The dates have been teased in a new post on Weibo that was noticed by the Chinese newspaper IT Home and confirmed by the official website.

The article includes screenshots of e-commerce software that lists the release dates of forthcoming Apple items alongside the dates.

According to images taken from the app, Apple will begin selling all four iPhone 13 variants on September 17. The iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro, iPhone 13 mini, and iPhone 13 Pro Max will be among the models available. Later in September, Apple will introduce the third-generation AirPods, which will be available simultaneously with the iPhone launch.

The iPhone launch had previously been tipped to take place in September, but no official date has been announced. Early speculation suggested that Apple will unveil the next generation of iPhones somewhere around September 3rd as part of its annual launch event schedule. This prediction proved to be correct. In full accordance with this assumption, the new date has been set in stone.

On the other hand, it’s possible that the dates aren’t entirely accurate. According to MacRumors, the Chinese newspaper has made similar forecasts in the past, all of which are completely incorrect. On September 17, we may take yet another wild go at it.

Furthermore, the image of the e-commerce application might have been simply fabricated by the person who uploaded it. Because there has been no further confirmation of the dates, we should treat the September 17 launch date for iPhones as nothing more than a possibility.

Regardless of whether or not the date is the correct one, Apple appears to be heavily committed to the event and its production. Lisa Jackson, Apple’s VP of Environment, Policy, and Social Initiatives shared a photo of herself on Twitter, which some speculate might be a hint about the company’s impending event. When Jackson poses in this shot, the concentric circular highlights on the ceiling, which are a hallmark of the Steve Jobs theatre, can be seen in the background.

The Steve Jobs theatre has hosted several Apple events in the past. Additionally, some production equipment can be seen in the far corner of the stage, indicating that the firm may be preparing for a shoot for one of its forthcoming events.