Of course, it's also possible this is all a ruse, but as LetsGoDigital points out, KPN is a major telecommunication company in The Netherlands.
A new report from KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who often predicts upcoming Apple releases, says that Apple won't be to blame completely if iPhone 8 comes with a hefty price tag.
For the past five years, Apple's September iPhone-centric events have followed the same general formula.
Apple will be announcing the Apple iPhone X on the 12th of September this year. It's going to double as a peek into the company's brand new Apple Park campus in Cupertino, Calif., and it's the first event to be held in the Steve Jobs Theater. A simple Google search for "iPhone 8" will tell you that the smartphone has been in the news mostly every day for the last six months.
The iPhone 8 or iPhone Edition is expected to be announced next week on september 12 at Apple's Steve Jobs Theater, the company's new headquarters in Cupertino. A "Pro" version of the iPhone seems logical. Currently, the most expensive 256GB iPhone 7 Plus costs $45.75 per month under the Upgrade Program.
The screen is also widely expected to be curved at the edges, like on Samsung's flagship S8 handset, according to previous analyst reports. Third party developers have also made several apps available on macOS to let you watch the special event, but Apple doesn't recommend this method to users. In addition, it also brings in new safety features like an Emergency SOS option that will lock the vehicle when the phone's user is being attacked from the outside.
A new survey from investment firm Piper Jaffray showed iPhone users were not quite as excited over the latest release, than they were, for the iPhone 7.
Rumours are rife that Apple is making some serious effort to cut down on its dependence on Samsung for OLED screens.