Finally, we can put a date on the iPhone 6 launch. Re/code is reporting that Apple will be holding a media event on Tuesday, September 9th, where they are expected to introduce the iPhone 6 to the masses.
We anticipate the iPhone 6 will have a larger screen, a faster A8 processor running iOS 8, a slimmer design, a larger battery and an improved camera. We also expect it to come in 2 different screen sizes of 4.7″ & 5.5″. What we don’t know is if they will launch side by side, or if there will be two separate launches.
To date there have been numerous purported leaked parts from the 4.7″ iPhone 6, and virtually no 5.5″ specific part sightings. Most likely this means that the 5.5″ iPhone 6 is not as far along on production as the 4.7″ version, or they share many of the same internal parts and are only distinguishable by their screen sizes.
Either way, there isn’t a clear consensus whether we will see any announcement for the larger sized iPhone 6 without an imminent launch date–which, if Apple sticks to their typical release schedule, will most likely come on a Friday a week and a half after the announcement. How does September 19th sound for launch day?