Reports are citing Evan Blass, who has made a name for himself online leaking photos and videos of smartphones and other devices before they’re released, who has claimed that the iPhone’s confirmed pre-order shipping date of early September.

Traditionally, Apple’s September press events have been held a little later—around the second or third week of the month—and it remains to be seen whether this phone will garner the same massive crowds and sales that previous generations have. Apple announced that it had sold its billionth iPhone in just nine years earlier this week, but iPhone sales have been down over the last six months. On top of that, there are reports that the next generation phone won’t look particularly different than the iPhone 6 and 6S generations that preceded it, leading some to question whether many people will be interested in upgrading to the new phone, or waiting until what’s expected to be a completely overhauled iPhone in 2017.

I guess we’ll find out come September.

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