Go ahead and mark it down: September 10th will be the day that you'll want to take a mid-week break, as Apple is reportedly planning to unveil its next-generation iPhone at a special event in California on that day. In a lot of ways, this is a great big "finally!" Apple's last iPhone
event seems like a distant memory, and 2013 has a been a supremely quiet year for Apple -- particularly compared to the product-packed 2012. But, a new All Things D report is pegging 9/10 as the day that it all changes... again.
With iOS 7 progressing nicely, it aligns quite well. At WWDC, Apple said that iOS 7
would be ready for the public in "the fall," and if the next-gen iPhone is revealed on 9/10, it'll almost surely be available to ship by October. That means that Apple will have all of Q4 to soak up new iPhone sales, and the holiday shopping season will likely see "new iPhone" on many lists.