Apple has confirmed plans to hold a special event on September 9th, ending months of speculation about the specific date for the launch of its much–vaunted iPhone 6.
In an invite sent to the press, Apple simply gave the date and the faux apology: ‘Wish we could say more’.
Disapointingly, the invitation features none of the usual visual clues as to what is in store for us at the event, just a curved grey line.
That hasn’t stopped some making outlandish claims that this represents the curve of Apple’s new iWatch wearable, though.
The latter is now expected to tip up in ten days’ time, after a report indicated Apple is bringing the launch of the smartwatch forward.
It will likely share the stage with two new iPhone 6 models. One is expected to come with a 4.7–inch display, while the other will use a 5.5–inch screen.
The latter is believed to be launching later in the year owing to issues with production.
Unlike previous years, Apple is holding the event at the Flint Centre in Cupertino and not on its own campus or the Yerba Buena Centre in San Francisco.