Apple has set Sept. 7 as the date for what is historically the tech giant's biggest event and is expected to include the reveal of its newest products including the iPhone 14.
The event will be streamed virtually, as have most of Apple's events during the pandemic, but the company is inviting members of the press to attend in-person at the company's
Cupertino, California, headquarters. The event will begin at 10 a.m. local time, 1 p.m. ET.
The invite features the Apple logo made up of what appear to be stars in a dark background likely representing space
The event is widely expected to include the debut of the iPhone 14 and its series
of models, as the company's fall events are typically when the new phone models are announced.
The event, titled "Far Out," will be the earliest Apple event since 2016, according to Bloomberg.
The 2021 event announcing the iPhone 13 was a week later, on Sept. 14.
There could be more devices announced during the event as well. Last year,
Apple announced the latest series of iPads and Apple watches.