Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) keynote gets underway later today, but some of the element of surprise has been ruined. Details about the upcoming iPhone and Apple Pay’s availability in the UK have been leaked.
The “new iPhone,” according to a Vodafone memo which was apparently sent to employees, will go on sale on September 25th. Pre-orders will kick off on September 18th. Unfortunately, the memo didn’t share pricing details.
Apple’s previous three iPhones have been released between the 19th and 21st of September, so this release window seems about right.
Meanwhile, “industry sources” told The Telegraph that Apple Pay will be available in the UK around August. There’s no word as to whether it will arrive in Ireland at the same time.
Apple is expected to confirm the expansion of its Apple Pay service, announce an Apple Pay rewards programme, and reveal new iPhone details at its WWDC keynote later today.