Apple typically launches new iPhones in September, but the company still hasn't sent out official invites to the media.
Now, a clue hidden in the code of the freshly released iOS 13 beta 7 points to Sept. 10 as the launch date.
The clue, discovered by iHelp BR consists of an image of the iPhone's home screen; the image is called "HoldForRelease," and the date on the calendar on the screen is Sept. 10.
The date is plausible; in both 2018 and 2017, Apple launched new iPhones on Sept. 12....
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