We’re hearing conflicting rumors, but Kodawarisan is reporting that Apple will be holding their traditional fall media event on September 7th this year.
This is Apple’s traditional venue to introduce new iPod models. Over the past few years, the event has been held well within the September 7th timeline, with dates ranging from September 1st last year to September 9th, in 2008 and 2009.
Of course, this is where the new iPhone is expected to be introduced this year, since Apple did not roll out a new model at this year’s WWDC, where they are usually introduced.
Now for the contradiction. Jim Dalrymple of The Loop, who is very well informed, reports that the event will not be held on September 7th. That said, he doesn’t know when the event will be held, he just knows it won’t be September 7th.
Plus, we’ve heard several reports that the new iPhone will not debut until October. So, it remains to be seen when Apple will hold their media event. The thing we do know, is that there is a lot of chatter surrounding it.
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