iPhone-mania is officially on the horizon.

We're only a few short weeks away from September, the month Apple likes to set aside for product announcements. Now, we may have an official date for the unveiling of its most anticipated device, the iPhone 6: Tuesday, September 9. According to Re/Code, Apple scheduled a big media event that day, and new iPhones and iPads are likely candidates for some stage time. As with the past iPhone events in September, the phones may be released about a week to a week and a half after the announcement—so we're looking at a September 19 launch date (give or take a few days.) 

Just a quick refresher: this year, like last year with the iPhone 5S and 5C, may see the release of two iPhones: an iPhone 6 with a 4.7-inch screen, and an iPhone 6 with a 5.5-inch screen. So start saving your lunch money, kids. 

Check out what to expect from iOS 8 here, and why we think Apple's iWatch could be launching shortly after the iPhone 6.