Colorful new iPhones to be announced Sep. 10th if this Apple invitation is any clue

Posted: 4:10 PM, Sep 03, 2013
Updated: 2013-09-03 16:10:47-04

This is the invitation from Apple to a press event Sep. 10 that may be the announcement of new, colorful iPhones. (Via Macworld, The Loop)

(PIX11) — Apple has confirmed to be holding an event on September 10th.

Invites were sent to attendees via email Tuesday morning for the event being held on the Apple campus in Cupertino, California.

Though Apple hasn’t said what the event is for, many are predicting the announcement of the new, colorful iPhone. The invitation bears colorful circles and the simple message, “This should brighten everyone’s day.”

Traditionally Apple has released the new iPhone every fall.

Rumors always circulate but this year is especially different because, according to multiple reports, Apple will release not one, but two new iPhones.

The iPhone 5S is to be a more updated version of last year’s iPhone 5.

It is said to have an updated 12- to 13-megapixel camera and also have a dual flash. The dual flash would provide better lighting for dark photos.

Along with a camera upgrade, the 5S is said to come in a new gold color. Traditionally the iPhone has come in the usual black and white colors.

As for security upgrades, Apple is said to include a finger print scanner in the home button. This would improve security when unlocking the phone.

Alongside the iPhone 5S, Apple is said to be releasing another new phone called the iPhone 5C.

This phone is made from cheaper parts and is meant to appeal to different markets such as China and India.

A new iPad isn’t expected due to Apple traditionally holding a separate event for it.

Apple has previewed their new overhaul of the iOS operating system.

This was introduced in June and takes the iPhone operating system, which has looked the same since the original iPhone release, and gives it a complete face lift with a new colorful look as well as more features.

The event will be held on Tuesday, September 10th at 10 a.m. PST.