Apple’s new iPhone X looks set to be unveiled very soon.

After months of speculation and endless rumours, we finally know the date when the US technology firm will lift the lid on its next-generation of devices.

Invites have just been sent out to the world’s media with the major keynote event taking place on Wednesday, September 12.

The invite features a gold circle and includes the words ‘Gather round”.

Last year Apple held its first keynote at the purpose-built theatre named after Apple founder Steve Jobs.

The stunning venue is set within the grounds of the firm’s giant circular Apple Park headquarters.

The 2018 event is also taking place live from the HQ in Cupertino with proceedings expected to get underway at around 6pm BST.

Although Apple’s cryptic email doesn’t reveal much, the US technology firm is expected to unveil three new iPhones at its event next week.

The first looks set to be reboot of last year’s iPhone X and will likely feature a faster processor, improved camera and more internal memory with some rumours suggesting as much as 512GB of storage will be available.

Alongside the standard iPhone we may also see a larger iPhone X Plus which might include a giant 6.5-inch display and a cheaper device that will bring lower specs at a reduced price.

It’s thought this ‘budget’ iPhone will come packed with an LCD display and single rear camera rather that the dual-lens snapper found on Apple’s current flagship.

This September’s event might not only be about phones as Apple often throws in a few surprises.

This year looks set to be no different with plenty of speculation around a new Apple Watch, AirPods and iPad devices.

Apple’s popular wearable could be in line for an update with a bigger screen, improved fitness tracking and improved speeds all possible.

The wireless AirPod headphones could also get a new charging case which will allow them to refill without needing a plug.

Finally, there’s the chance we might see a new iPad that could bring a bezel-free display to this tablet.

It’s currently unclear if Apple will save this announcement for later in the year or reveal all alongside its new range of phones.

One thing we do know is there’s not long to wait.

So, if you love all things Apple, it seems September 12 is the date you definitely need to put in your diary.