Apple Announces September 9 iPhone 6s And 6s Plus Event

It’s official word from Apple as it will be holding a media event on Wednesday, September 9th, shecduled to unveil iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s Plus to world. No 4-inch ‘iPhone 6c‘ at Sept. 9 event and will be also discontinuing iPhone 5c according to a new report.

Alongside the new iPhones, Apple is likely to release iOS 9 GM on the same day. Apple TV 4 with a new and redesigned remote is also expected to be announced at the event. Apple has started sending out press invites for its next big event. It will take place on September 9 at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Fransisco, California. At the event, the new iPhones will be of course be the highlight and will be witnessed be almost 7000 people live.

The rumor mill has been churning up some really interesting features for Apple’s upcoming flagship phones, with the hyped being the inclusion of Force Touch technology, a higher-res camera than their predecessors. Interestingly while that would give users a whole new way to interact with iOS on the device. Perhaps the most recent leak of info which suggests the arrival of the Apple Watch styled Motion wallpapers for the iPhone 6s is hinting at that possibility, which greately depends on deeper blacks, something that the current Reditna display on iPhone 6 cannot afford.

Other hardware specs that have been tipped and rumored at, are the existence of a new 12MP iSight camera with 4K video recording, an all-new A9 GPU, 2GB of RAM, studier casing, SiP architecture, and possibly smaller battery.

Pre-order for the new iPhones are expected to go live on September 11th, followed by launch on Sept. 18th, 2015 for the first wave. Second wave of availability should hit on September 25.  Seems like Apple has programmed Siri to give witty replies when asked “Hey Siri, give us a hint” phrase.


Stay tuned for more news regarding Apple’s September 9th event live. As expected, the event will be held at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco, California and will begin at 10:00 am Pacific Time.


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