The internal communications of European mobile operator has tipped that by September 18, the pre-orders of the iPhone 6 will be started and by September 25 the firsts wave of countries will avail the retail availability of the handset.
Traditionally, Apple launches its new products on Fridays to take the advantage of the weekend rush. Earlier, Germany’s Deutsche Telecom hinted the launch of iPhone 6 on September 19, it turned out to right. Similarly, this time around, British website said the they got hold of an e-mail from Vodafone UK for its employees.
However, another report by a Greek website (GSM arena)suggests that the announcement will be made on September 8, which happens to be a Tuesday – the same day as last year’s September 9 launch event. A September launch is likely much anticipated, and its wise that readers to take the news with a pinch of salt despite the similarities between last year’s leak and this new one.
Rumours suggest that Apple is gearing up to launch two or three models for this time: an iPhone 6s, an iPhone 6s Plus, and possibly an iPhone 6c, while the first two are tipped to be lighter and slimmer than their current-generation counterparts, sporting 2GB of RAM, Force Touch displays, Apple A9 SoCs, and 12-MP cameras.
Some analysts implies that the iPhone 6c would ditched from Apple’s 2015 plans, which is said to be an entry-level model like the current iPhone 5c is. The device would run on the Apple A7 or A8 SoC and will also sport a 4-inch screen.