Apple is holding a press conference on September 10 beginning at 10AM PDT, at which it is expected to launch new iPhones. Bloomberg reporting says that iPhones should have a camera bump with multiple lenses. There are also expected to be three "Pro" models of the XS, XS Plus, and XR. In addition, the new iPhone will likely sport faster wireless charging. The event can be livestreamed from the Apple website. This comes amid claims of misconduct at Apple's Foxconn factories in China, according to reports from Bloomberg released late last night. Apple's largest factory in the world was, contrary to policy, utilizing five times the maximum amount of temporary staff as they geared up for the new iPhone launch.
There are also plans to release new Macbooks and iPads later this year. The Verge reported that an updated Apple Watch may be released alongside the new phones. The change to the Apple Watch, according to the tech blog, is expected to be iterative rather than a ground up redesign, having been redesigned just last year. In addition the Cupertino based company is expected to launch a new Apple TV this year. We will find out which of these will be announced, and which will not, starting at 10 AM PDT tomorrow. However, the question to answer in all this will most likely be, does anyone really need a camera bump that big?