Fall is not too far away, and ‘tis the season for Apple to announce the launch of a new product. The New York Times is reporting that Apple will debut the iPhone 5 on September 12, according to a source with knowledge of the company’s plans. The news was reported earlier by the website iMore, which said the innovative company is planning a September 21 release date for its new iPhone. iMore also reported that the iPad mini and new iPod nano will be announced on September 12, but could not confirm release dates for either of the two products. Last year, the iPhone 4S was announced on October 4 and available in stores on October 14. All new iOS devices will reportedly have smaller Dock connectors along with LTE radio and bigger batteries.