The Apple iPhone 6s and 6s Plus will be unveiled on September 9 and pre-orders may start as early as September 11.
There’s no mention of the iPhone 6S, the 6S Plus, Apple TV, updates to the Mac range, or even new iPads in the invite, but everything points to the iPhone6S and 6S Plus. With Siri’s voice interface heavily trailed, there’s also a feeling that this time it really will be the time of Apple TV. Gordon Kelly picks up on the clues:
This is perhaps best exemplified by the tagline on the invite itself: “Hey Siri, give us a hint.” which only fuels rumours that a much upgraded Apple TV with Siri-powered voice control will be the real highlight of the show.
With the mysterious Apple iTelevision now more likely to be myth than reality, it will be fascinating to see how the company’s vision for our living rooms has evolved. Especially in conjunction with its Internet of Things platform HomeKit.
There is also every chance Apple will offer updates to its MacBook ranges to incorporate Force Touch, the big feature virtually guaranteed to come to the iPhone line, in order to unite all product ranges.
- Invites have gone out for an Apple event on 9 September
- Likely to included two updated models – iPhone 6s and iPhone 6c
- Could hit UK shores on 18 September
- Slated to include Force Touch display, improved camera and RAM upgrade