The iPhone 15 series is so nearly with us and its clear that those who love their gadgets and gizmos simply can't wait any longer for it to finally be released.
Now, not only are Apple fans excited for the brand-new piece of tech to grace their pockets but they're also buzzing for the launch of the device's most called for feature when the new iPhone is announced later today (12 September).
The latest phone will mark the 16th generation of a device which changed the smartphone scene forever when it first rocked the world after being first launched back in 2007.
New iPhones are typically announced on a Tuesday with pre-orders then going live on the Apple Store later that same week.
Apple is expected to release two iPhone 15 Pro models - one regular sized iPhone 15 Pro with a 6.1-inch display and a larger iPhone 15 Pro Max model with a 6.7-inch screen.
Along the two Pro models include the standard iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus as well as the Apple Watch Series 9 and Apple Watch Ultra second-generation, plus Apple AirPods Pro second-generation.
Now, while Apple itself has not yet issued any official previews of the upcoming tech - a lot of speculation of 'leaks' online say the new iPhone 15 models will most likely be more lightweight than previous ones with better battery life and a better camera.
One thing that can almost certainly be confirmed about the latest iPhones is that they will have a USB-C charging cable point.
At the moment, iPhones rely on a proprietary lightning cable, with most other devices - including others made by Apple - opting for a USB-C cable instead.
The new decision follows EU law which has declared that all portable devices need to be compatible with a universal charger by December 2024.
The law is aimed to combat e-waste by bringing about a common standard for chargers.
While we don't yet know how much the new iPhones will cost - signs suggest it may well could be slightly pricier than its predecessors.
Apple’s 2023 range of iPhones and Watches won't go on sale until 22 September.
However, fans of the tech won't have to wait long for all their queries to be answered as the special event, 'Wonderlust', will shortly be kicking off at the Steve Jobs Theatre in Apple Park in California with Brits being able to tune in at 6pm.
The keynote livestream can be watched here.Featured Image Credit: Apple/Pexels//SteveJohnson