Before moving forward it important to say that there has been a significant rise in random Twitter accounts gaining traction and attention over so-called Apple leaks. While many have a proven track record of sharing accurate information, for many, their credibility is yet to be tested.
The account created recently in July has shared a number of information about Apple’s upcoming plans, from information about the AirPods Studio, HomePod Mini, amongst other upcoming products. While it is possible that Apple has already begun recording the September keynote, it is questionable to the fact that the individual behind the account is within Apple Park as its happening.
Screenshots from WWDC and marketing material presented during the keynote suggest that Apple recorded the keynote in May, so an end of September keynote being recorded now is not entirely impossible. The account has teased information about the keynote, if any is shared, this page will be updated.
Apple is expected to be holding a keynote either towards the end of September, or early-October according to Jon Prosser. Apple has typically held events in September, however, given circumstances, a delay is not unlikely. However, Prosser remains vague on whether the event he mentions is ain person event, or a digital event.
Past leaks and rumors suggest Apple will be sticking to a digital WWDC-like event for its iPhone launch, which one leaker is teasing to be a massive event. Apple usually sends out press invites towards the end of August, or within the first few weeks of September, so either way, we should know soon enough.