Apple Expected To Announce IPhone 6 In Early September

Posted: Jul 4 2014, 9:54am CDT | by , in News | Apple

Apple Expected to Announce iPhone 6 in Early September
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The phones will Launch Later in the Month

All the information we have received thus far indicates towards a September release for the iPhone 6 and according to MacRumors, a reliable source has confirmed this launch date. The shipments which are going to carry the iPhone 6 from China to the US are expected to begin from the last two weeks of August whereas the announcement by Apple is most likely going to be in the first few days on September. The devices will hit the market a few days after the launch event and most probably Apple is going to go for a Friday as usual.

It still hasn’t been confirmed that whether this event is going to include both the versions of the iPhone 6 or just one. Some rumors were also saying that the iPhone 6’s 5.5 inch version might be delayed more because it is apparently facing some production issues. However, the problems have known to be solved by now and most probably we are going to have both the versions coming together. At least the 16 GB version of the 5.5 inch phablet might come along with the 4.7 inch version.

A report suggests that Apple will launch the phone on September 25th but considering the past launch events of Apple devices, it has been seen that Apple always goes for a Friday so this news appears to be a hoax and is unlikely.

source: macrumors

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