Apple is set to unveil its iPhone 5S on 10 September so here's what we expect to see.

It's that date which you've all been waiting to circle on your calendar, unless you're an iPhone hater. Sources have confirmed with AllThingsD that Apple will officially announced and reveal its next iPhone on 10 September. See also: 5 things we'd like to see in the new iPhone 5S.

That's just over a month away, so for all you waiting for a new iPhone model then the wait is nearly over. Here's what we are expecting to see from Apple's smartphone this year.

iPhone 5S launch 10 September: 5 things we expect to see

1. iPhone 5SIt would be quite a shock if Apple didn't announce the iPhone 5S - not the iPhone 6. The device will be the follow-up to the iPhone 5 as a newer, faster model.

See also: New iPhone 5S, iPhone 6 release date UK: When will the new iPhone arrive?

2. iOS 7We would also be surprised if we don't see the launch of iOS 7 along with the new iPhone. Apple has already announced the new version of its mobile operating system and said that it will launch in the autumn.

See also: iOS 7 release date and features.

3. More pixelsWe fully anticipate Apple to have improved the screen technology on the iPhone 5S. Many flagship devices now have Full HD screens so Apple has some catching up to do. As for screen size, we think it unlikely things will change compared to the iPhone 5.

4. NFC and fingerprint scannerTwo new bits of tech which are likely to feature on the iPhone 5S are the adoption of NFC and a fingerprint scanner. It's about time the iPhone has an NFC chip and we expect to see some fruit from Apple's acquisition of security firm and fingerprint scanner specialist, AuthenTec.

See also: iPhone 5S to get fingerprint scanner, suggests iOS 7 code.

5. iPhone 5CAlthough Apple has traditionally only launched one iPhone at a time, we expect this year to break the habit. The iPhone 5C will be a new version for those on a cheaper budget. It will be made from plastic instead of aluminium.

See also: iPhone 5C shown in convincing leak

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