All about the Apple’s new streaming music service Apple Music, latest version of OS X El Capitan and iOS 9 betas has introduced, and now reports surface on the next iPhone. Particularly, in what must go down as one of the more obvious iPhone 6s related reports of the past couple of weeks points to the actual release date timeframe. No doubt that Apple now setting to update ist smartphone line up this fall, and with usual amount of rumors and leaks to shed light on what could be expected. A new report now suggests to detail the schedule of the launch, though not all of its looks just right.
Citing sources of Foxconn – Apple’s main iPhone OEM – the date does fall in line with Apple’s previous September launches, but never been sure about the report’s further claim that the handsets (iPhone 6s / 6s Plus) will be announced on Sept. 11th. Both are scheduled to be available for purchase, despite that it clashes with previous sources claims.
Honestly to say, one could extrapolate, states September 18 as the launch date. Lies up pretty perfectly with previous generations – the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, released on September 19 last year, and the iPhone 5s on Sept. 20 back in 2003.
According to M.I.C. Gadget claims, Apple’s new iPhone will begin selling on Friday, which is as aforementioned date of September 18, with the keynote running exactly one week ahead. A date with a back story that instantly resonates with everybody – particularly those in the U.S. and the company could hijack a day of national mourning to announce its Next Big Thing of 2015.
The report on the matter notes that “insiders from Foxconn” have apparently confirmed the information and now that a Rose Pink iPhone model is also on the horizon. With a faster LTE processor from Qualcomm, Force Touch, a much-improved camera and other enhancements, the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus are gradually generating hype as September nears.