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Apple has finally set a date for the highly anticipated unveiling of its next iPhone series – the iPhone 15 series. According to the latest rumours, the company is planning to launch the devices during the third week of September. To add weight to these speculations, a 9to5Mac report indicates that employees have been advised not to take leaves around the same time, suggesting an imminent major smartphone announcement.

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Apple iPhone 15 Series Launch

Sources within the tech industry, as per 9to5Mac, have shared insights on the long-awaited iPhone 15 series launch date. These insiders reveal that mobile carriers are cautioning their employees against taking any days off on September 13, hinting at a significant smartphone event. While the exact brand behind this event remains undisclosed, it is noteworthy that Apple has a history of unveiling its latest iPhones in September.

With this information in mind, the excitement among tech enthusiasts and Apple fans continues to build as the launch date for the iPhone 15 series draws nearer.

In the past, Apple has adhered to a tradition of announcing its iPhones on Tuesdays. However, last year’s event broke away from this pattern, taking place on September 7, a Wednesday. Coincidentally, this year’s September 13 event is also on a Wednesday, leading to speculation that it could be the chosen day for Apple’s special event.

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Last year, pre-orders for the iPhone 14 began on September 9, and the phones were available in stores on September 16. However, there were a few exceptions, notably the delayed release of the iPhone 14 Plus on October 7, which was caused by supply issues.

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