It’s September, which means Apple will announce its latest collection of consumer gadgets for the holiday season and beyond. This year, we’re expecting up to three new iPhone models that build off the company’s 10th anniversary edition iPhone X and accessories that come with it. As always, we’ll also expect to learn release dates for new software that was teased back in the spring at WWDC regarding iOS 12, macOS Mojave, and perhaps a “one more thing” that we’re actually surprised by.
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