If you even vaguely follow any sort of tech websites then you no doubt know that new iPhone time is just about upon us. Apple always announce their new iPhone towards the fall of each year, and parts have been leaking like crazy out of the supply chain strongly pointing towards two different size iPhone 6 models being unveiled: one with a 4.7-inch screen and one with a 5.5-inch screen. It's also widely believed that Apple will unveil some sort of wearable technology, a mythical device which is being referred to as the iWatch. Well, as of today we at least know a firm date when all the speculation can come to an end and we can finally find out what Apple is actually up to. According to our sister site MacRumors, via The Loop, Apple has sent out media invites for September 9th, the date many have believed would be the date new iPhones are announced.
As usual, Apple has left a cheeky note on the invite that says "Wish we could say more" that likely hints to some major feature regarding the new iPhone announcement. I'm sure internet sleuths will be trying to decrypt what Apple means by that all the way leading up to September 9th. The media event will be taking place at Flint Center for the Performing Arts in Apple's base city of Cupertino, which is a change of their usual venue of the Yerba Buena Center in San Francisco. What does it all mean!? We'll have to wait until September 9th to find out.