A new report has surfaced on Buzzfeed that suggests Apple will introduce its next line of iPhones on Wednesday, September 9.
September is a familiar month for those following the release of Apple’s next-generation smartphones. The annual refresh cycle has been a familiar focal point in the calendar for a number of years now. However, Apple generally leaves the announcement of the date, or the actual event for that matter, often until just a few days before.
The Buzzfeed report says:
“Sources familiar with Apple’s plans tell BuzzFeed News the company intends to hold a special event the week of Sept. 7, with Wednesday the 9th being the most likely date. Sept. 9 is the same day on which Apple held this event last year.”
Apple is also believed to be preparing a big refresh in its Apple TV ambitions. An upgrade, revamp, or completely new product has been long-rumored, and this year’s event could well provide the platform for it.
However, for all intents and purposes a new line of iPhones is practically a dead-cert. Information and rumors on what’s expected to be an interstitial upgrade – the now traditional ‘s’ line – have been floating around for awhile now. It’s likely we’ll see a faster processor, and Force Touch displays, as we’ve already seen on the most recent MacBooks, and the Apple Watch.
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