Apple made its long-rumored September 10 event official today, sending out invitations to a select few in business and media. The event will showcase the new iPhone model, which is widely expected to be called the iPhone 5S.
The iPhone 5S will be physically similar to the current iPhone5 but will ship with iOS 7 and include upgrades to the camera and processor. There may also be a fingerprint reader for device security included.
In addition to the flagship 2013 iPhone, Apple is also expected to announce a second, lower-cost iPhone model, which many believe will be called the iPhone 5C. This model would feature more mid-range hardware and come in a variety of colors.
There’s only a week left for such speculation, though; the event begins next Tuesday at noon CDT.