Apple's Next iPhone Coming September 9

Apple will reportedly announce the next iPhone on September 9

Apple fans might want to mark Sept. 9 on their calendars, because that’s the actual date the extremely anticipated  iPhone 6 will reportedly make its grand debut. The news comes by way of Re/code’s John Paczkowski, who has an excellent track record when it comes to covering Apple and, specifically, reporting when Apple will host events.

Although Paczkowski is one of the most reliable options for Apple news, we've seen many conflicting reports regarding the iPhone 6 release. So you'll only have to wait and discover, like always. And it's also unclear how long we'll must wait and see which causes the area actually buy the modern device. Nevertheless! Now is a great time to catch through to iPhone rumors.

“As with September events past, the point of interest of this is to be Apple’s next-generation iPhones, which are expected to feature larger displays of four.7 and five.5 inches and run fast new A8 processors. Apple declined comment.”

Whereas the iPhone 6 will feature lots of design upgrades, iOS 8 is all about the backend. thing people appear tremendous excited about, again, is the HealthKit API & the corresponding Health app. Together, these things will bring all of your fitness & health tracking to place, & perhaps even make that information useful.

September 9th is a favourite day for Apple. In 2008, it unveiled a new lineup of iPods on that day; in 2009, it had its "It's Only Rock & Roll" event. There is lots of history on the date for Apple, for its music in particular of work, it is all tea leaves, but the company does have a history of making cryptic statements with every aspect of its events.

Last year, the iPhone 5s & iPhone 5c both launched on the same day, but both were based on the same design established a year prior by the iPhone five. This year it is expected that the "iPhone 6" will have an entirely new look, boasting rounded edges along with larger screens.

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