Saturday, August 29, 2015

Apple Confirms September Launch Date

Apple has now officially confirmed the September launch date of what to be its biggest ever show.


Apple has sent out invitations to journalists for the media event on September 9th to be held at the 7,000 capacity San Francisco’s Bill Graham Civic Auditorium. Foreseen to headline the event will be the launch of the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus alongside iOS 9 and it is expected that Tim Cook with his team in tow will divulge to the world Apple’s new technology updates.

Apple’s launch event invites are out – Image credit Apple
Since the phones features have been extensively leaked before and iOS 9 is already available on public beta, it is safe to say that the real excitement lies with the Siri’s voice interface or perhaps it is now the time of Apple TV to shine. Gordon Kelly gives us the most appropriate clues on this:

“This is perhaps best exemplified by the tagline on the invite itself: “Hey Siri, give us a hint.” which only fuels rumours that a much upgraded Apple TV with Siri-powered voice control will be the real star of the show.
With the mysterious Apple iTelevision now more likely to be myth than reality, it will be fascinating to see how the company’s vision for our living rooms has evolved. Especially in conjunction with its Internet of Things platform HomeKit.
There is also every chance Apple will offer updates to its MacBook ranges so all incorporate Force Touch, the big feature virtually guaranteed to come to the iPhone line, in order to unite all product ranges.”

When Will You Be Able To Buy Your New iPhone
Carriers and retailers around the world are getting ready to sell on what Apple announces and extensive carrier leaks suggest it won’t take long. Pre-orders dates for iPhones will begin within a few days, but a French website mac4ever has the revelation from a reliable source that a major French carrier (carrier name withheld) confirms iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus orders will indeed take place starting September 11th. So, expect long queues to start appearing around high profile Apple stores soon afterwards.

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