Apple on Tuesday is expected to freshen its iPhone lineup, improving performance and switching to a universal charger set to become mandatory in Europe next year.
The tech titan has revealed nothing about what is in store at a "Wonderlust" event at its spaceship-like headquarters in Silicon Valley.
However, it comes at a time of year when Apple usually announces new iPhones to be released ahead of the all-important holiday shopping season.
The release of the iPhone 15 would come at a moment when the world's biggest company by market capitalization is facing pressure in the key market of China where reports say the government is banning civil servants from using its phones.
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