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Mark your calendars—or update your iCal. Apple plans to unveil a new iPhone model on Sept. 12.
That's the latest semi-confirmed rumor floating around the Internet. An anonymous source confirmed the date to the New York Times, after rumors of the iPhone 5 event hit the Internet Monday. iMore first carried the report, which quickly fanned out across several other technology sites, claiming that the new model will hit stores nine days after the announcement, on Sept. 21.
The date is nearly a year after the October introduction of Apple’s most recent smartphone model, iPhone 4S.
According to iMore, Apple will also use the September date to announce their latest tablet technology, iPad Mini, a scaled down version of the iPad, which doesn’t yet have a release date. None of the new products have been confirmed by Apple yet.