If the event does live stream on Twitter, it would definitely reach a wider audience, in what some believe could be another huge upgrade year for iPhones.
Apple has reportedly suffered a major leak that may have revealed key details about its 2018 iPhone and Apple Watch devices.
An invitation to Apple's next launch event features the outline of its new corporate campus.
New watch faces would make sense with a newly designed Apple Watch.
The release date is thought to be in late September, so you won't have to wait until November to buy this year's flagship iPhone, like we did with the iPhone X a year ago. Shortly after the company sent out invites and made the event official on Thursday morning, 9to5Mac unearthed two photos that appear to show two of the upcoming iPhone models and a redesigned Apple Watch. Most of the other design elements look the same. Shared by 9to5Mac, the image shows two iPhones that look similar to the current iPhone X, but with gold outer edges. Along with that giant display, the largest iPhone model is also expected to have a third rear camera, potentially granting the phone an edge when it comes to photographing in low-light conditions. The cameras will be improved from the iPhone X and the processors will be faster.
The 2018 event is also taking place live from the headquarters in Cupertino with proceedings expected to get underway at around 6pm BST. It's rumored to come in new colors, too, but which colors those will be remains unknown. More than likely, Apple will also introduce a number of downloadable clock faces to utilize this format, giving its users a level of customization with it.