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Getting tired of your iPhone 6 Plus yet? Good, because there's a 99.9% chance that the next iPhone iteration will be unveiled at Apple's fall launch event on September 9th, according to The Verge. For the first time ever, the event is being held at San Francisco's Bill Graham Civic Center, a huge venue that could mean bigger announcements than usual are in the works. The Verge speculates that the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus will be revealed, along with a rumored "dramatic camera upgrade" and Force Touch integration, which is already wired into MacBooks and the Apple Watch. There also might be new animated wallpaper options with the yet-to-be announced iPhone, similar to the types of displays on the Apple Watch.
Notably, Apple decided not to interfere with the official start of New York Fashion Week this year, which begins a day later on September 10th. Last year, they didn't schedule it out so well.