Apple May Have Inadvertently Revealed The Date When iPhone 12 Launches

Apple may have just inadvertently revealed the date of the upcoming fall event, where the company is expected to launch the iPhone 12 lineup, following users noticed that Apple’s official YouTube channel will be broadcast live on September 10, 2020.

Several Twitter users saw the upcoming live broadcast promoted earlier today, indicating that this may be a test feed that was incorrectly released before the official confirmation event. However, shortly after the live stream was captured, the date was then pulled from YouTube.

However, it's worthy of note that the day of the week on September 10, 2020, is Thursday, and Apple typically doesn't hold on Thursday, so it may be an error on Apple's end, not to mention the date was used last year as last year's iPhone event took place on Tuesday, September 10.

Leaker Jon Prosser claimed that Apple will hold its event in October, during the week of October 12, but some sources also predicted that the Cupertino company would host two events this fall: one in September to announce iPhone 12 and Apple Watch Series 6, one in October to debut the new ARM Mac and iPad Pro. Regardless, we expect Apple to live to stream them instead of doing in-person like in the past.

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