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The iPhone 8 launch event might be only a few weeks away

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Summer is coming to a close, and so the tech world is bracing for the fall event cycle. Now, we might finally have an idea of when we’ll get to see the most hyped-up product of the season, the iPhone 8, at an Apple press event.

Apple’s annual fall event will take place on Tuesday, Sept. 12, according to a new report from French-language Mac4Ever which was spotted by 9to5Mac

The site claims that Apple told wireless carriers when to expect the event in order to prep for the ensuing influx of new inventory and the inevitable marketing blitz that will come along with the unveiling of the next generation of iPhones.  Read more…

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