Rumors point to the iPhone 6 being launched in September 2014


With the amount of pressure surrounding Apple’s need to re-think the iPhone 6, a lot of speculation has fallen around its launch day. We spent weeks thinking that the launch was going to happen in Apple’s WWDC 2014 event this June, and then more speculation points to separate launches, but both happening in the fall of 2014. If you’re wondering exactly on what month that will be, new rumors clear the picture for what to expect.

Internal reports from within Apple Stores claim that the company is already taking some measures in order to guarantee employee availability for the iPhone launch during September. It’s always been the case that Apple doesn’t give Apple Store employees vacations during the launch of the iPhone, and the internal source claims that this has already been confirmed for September.

Historically we’ve seen Apple announce every other iPhone in the last couple of years during September, and with a launch happening in the next ten days. It’s hard to tell if we’ll see the launch of both iPhone 6 models at the same time, but it would be Apple’s best move if it did.

Source: iFun
Via: BGR

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