The iPhone 6S will launch at a dedicated event on September 9th, it has been claimed.
Buzzfeed is reporting that the Cupertino-based company will pull the wrappers from its updated iPhones a year to the day since it revealed the beefed-up iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
Interestingly, the same report says sources close to Apple believe the company will launch its new iPad line-up, including the long–awaited 12.9–inch screen iPad Pro, at the same event.
This would mark a departure from recent years, when Apple has shown off its new iPads a month or so after its iPhones. That suggests that the tablet line’s declining sales in recent months mean it is no longer deemed worthy of a standalone launch.
Apple is also primed to reveal its updated, iOS–packing Apple TV, according to the same insiders. The set top box has been trailed heavily by Apple–watching blogs, with the current model long overdue an upgrade.
With a date now apparently fixed, expect a final flurry of iPhone rumours before Apple finally makes its big reveal.