After months and months (years, even) of speculation, it seems we now know when Apple will finally unveil the iPhone 6 to the masses. Thanks to Re/code, we know that Apple is planning to host a big-time media event on Tuesday, September 9th. And just what will they be unveiling at the big reveal? Well, if history has anything to say about it, they’ll be revealing the newest model(s) of the iPhone. In years past, Apple has chosen the month of September to officially reveal the newest iPhones, and then to make them available to everyone for purchase about 10 days later. If this theory holds out, people could have their own iPhone 6 on September 19th of this year.
This could potentially be Apple’s biggest iPhone unveiling yet, as they are rumored to be offering 2 different models this year which will finally offer a substantial screen-size increase. If the rumors are true (and they are most likely true), there will be a 4.7 inch model, and a 5.5 inch model which will supposedly have higher-end specs (maybe a sapphire screen!) than its little brother. Each of the phones will operate on Apple’s yet-to-be-released iOS 8, which they also promise will turn out to be another game changer.
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