Apple has revealed the date of an event where it's widely expected to unveil the latest generation of the iPhone, following the record-breaking success of the iPhone 6.
The California-based tech company has sent out an invitation to an event on 9 September, at the San Francisco Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, saying only "Hey Siri, give us a hint".
Frustratingly, when people asked Siri, it teased them with: "The only hint I can give you right now is a hint of lime."
Apple traditionally launches new iPhones at this time of year - and it's expected the newest version will be the iPhone 6s and the larger iPhone 6s Plus.
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There are also likely to be updates to the operating system with iOS 9, and a second version of its WatchOS, as well as a potential announcement around Apple TV.
The new iPhones are rumoured to come with an improved camera, longer battery life, Force Touch, bigger RAM and new colour options.