The tech giant is set to announce further details about the hotly-anticipated smartphone, which is anticipated to be 5G.
In an invite, Apple quipped: "Hi, Speed."
The new series of iPhones will replace the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and the iPhone 11 Pro Max, which launched in 2019.
Users can expect better cameras, faster chips and the latest software, iOS 14.
It's also been reported that the company could also share details of their first-ever over-ear headphones, speculated to be called AirPods Studio.
We've already had the launch event for the iPad Air 4 and Apple Watch 6 Apple Watch SE wearables.