Apple has reportedly decided on the date for its highly expected fall keynote where we’ll finally see the iPhone 8, and the date is.. drum roll please — Sept. 12 — according to a new report from the Wall Street Journal quoting sources who are aware Apple’s plans.
Apple’s annual fall keynote event, which has become one of the biggest days of the year for tech enthusiasts, is typically used to showcase the latest and greatest hardware offerings from Apple. Rumors about the Sept. 12 target date recently began to pick up steam, as the date fits within the company’s pattern established over the last few years.
The event hasn’t been confirmed by Apple yet, as the company declined to provide a comment for the original report or Mashable‘s follow up requests for clarification.
The WSJ report also claims that the event could be held at the new Steve Jobs Theater at the company’s massive new Apple Park campus — but space might not even be completed yet, so there’s some question if that will be likely. As always, we’ll be following this closely.