Apple has once again managed to cause excitement and a great deal of interest in its upcoming iPhone range. A lot of manufacturers simply design and manufacture a new device and then push it out into the market. That’s not how Apple handles its business, with the company once again managing to cause a stir for this 2018 iPhone event.

Just like pretty much every other iPhone that has come before it dating back over the last decade, Apple’s 2018 iPhone range has managed to cause not only a stir amongst the tech community, but has also been the subject of multiple leaks and a plethora of insider and supply chain reports detailing what we can expect from the range.

Those leaks have meant that, once again, speculation about this range of new devices has been rife, causing the average individual as well as industry insiders and analysts to speculate on exactly what we can expect to see hit the market when the end of this month arrives.

Excitement about the end of the month is one thing but there is a lot of excitement here and now ahead of this announcement and media event. As always, the build-up has been intense as smartphone lovers ponder exactly what Apple has in store for them and whether or not they are going to have to part with upwards of $1000 for the flagship iPhone of 2018.

Given how close we are to the event, it’s only a matter of time until we have all of the answers that we seek. And, with that in mind, in order to keep up with tradition, we will be on hand at the event to ensure that you have all of the information that you need about all of Apple’s announcements. That includes all iPhone-based announcements as well as anything else that Cook and team decide to make public.

If you are looking to take-in and catch the event as and when all of the magic happens, then you will need to make sure that you know and understand exactly when the event is taking place and that you make adjustments for your local time zone.

Check out the chart below to see exactly what time Apple’s 2018 iPhone Xs, Xs Max, Xr event is happening in your local area on September 12.

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