Here's a look inside where Apple will unveil its next iPhones


Apple is expected to unveil the upcoming iPhone 8 in less than a couple of weeks during the company's press event on September 12.

The event will be the first time non-Apple personnel will be allowed on the grounds in any number, giving the world a glimpse of the latest hallowed halls of big U.S. technology.

If you don't have time to catch the live stream, but want to stay in the know about Apple's announcements, be sure to check out Fortune on September 12 with all the latest news and analysis.

Apple often tests different designs, and the details may differ from what the company ultimately releases.

The Barclays analyst said this $156 worth of services could be a sort of "quasi-discount or rebate", while the bundling could even generate higher subscription revenues for Apple further out if buyers renew after the first year.

The Note 8 will hit shops on September 15, its debut coming on the heels of Samsung launching new Galaxy 8 smartphones.

Along with the release of the iPhone 7S and the iPhone 7S Plus, the high-end iPhone 8 may possibly come without the physical home button. The earpiece, facial recognition sensor, and selfie camera are instead present in a cutout, or "notch", at the top of the screen, the images show.

Lacking a home button on the front of the iPhone also means no Touch ID fingerprint scanner on the front. It is unlikely the iPhone 8 will have such an advancement. Leaving the total unit number at 224 million and then factoring in a mix shift toward a $1,000 iPhone 8 price tag, he sees the average selling price rising 7% to $710, versus his current $666 estimate. It was also originally envisioned by Apple's founder Jobs.

Apple's smartwatch, the Apple Watch, is also expected to receive updates.

According to several reports, the company could also upgrade its Apple TV smart TV box to support 4K video and HDR, the two new technologies now permeating the television market.

Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) last issued its earnings results on Tuesday, August 1st. Besides the 10th anniversary iPhone, Apple is also expected to announce the iPhone 7S and iPhone 7S Plus, Gizmodo reported. The Company's products and services include iPhone, iPad, Mac, iPod, Apple TV, a portfolio of consumer and professional software applications, the iOS and OS X operating systems, iCloud, and a variety of accessory, service and support offerings.