2018 iPhones come and we have plenty of evidence to believe that September 12 is the iPhone keynote date. Regulations will start two days later, and deliveries and retail launches are scheduled for 21 September. All we need now is Apple's official confirmation, event invitation that would be available to media members in the coming weeks.
Although these dates are not accurate, the new iPhone X models will still be in September – well, most of them anyway. And we have more clues that Apple has already prepared to launch the handset.
According to Redditor, Apple has hired almost all available air transport out of China in a few weeks, and the iPhone may be the only Explanation:
My mom is an import / export broker and told me that they were notified that Apple has reserved Almost all shipping from China -> USA for the coming weeks. And the note was "Product Launch", so they either place iPhones in the United States, or something else happens.
Of course, "A Redditor's Mom" is about the least reliable source I can imagine, but it sounds familiar, that's because Apple has done it before. Back in 201
That does not mean we will witness a monsters cycle this year, but 2018 iPhones will be much more exciting than last year's versions, and they should be cheaper too.
A full-screen iPhone with Face ID can cost as low as $ 699, even if your phone only has an LCD camera and a lens camera on the back. We get a cheaper iPhone X sequel and a Plus version that can have an entry fee of $ 999, like the original iPhone.
But reports say that the 6.1-inch LCD iPhone can not start until October.
Also, let's forget that Apple is also rumored to launch a bunch of new devices, including a new MacBook Air, a Mac Mini, new AirPods and Apple Watch Series 4, so there are many new products to be shipped from China to the United States. But nevertheless, it's probably mostly new iPhones that plans will transfer to America in the coming weeks.