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iPhone 9 could launch tomorrow, and its already listed on Canada’s Virgin Mobile (Update)

By Samuel Martinez April 3, 2020, 12:40 pm
iPhone 9 / iPhone SE

UPDATE Friday April 3, 2020:

The guys over at Virgin Mobile Canada got in touch with us, explain the reason why the iPhone 9 showed up on their site yesterday:

“We experienced a technical glitch and have since fixed it. We have no iPhone news”.

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We still haven’t seen the iPhone 9 or iPhone SE 2 officially announced, so we still have to wait for Apple’s new budget-friendly device to arrive.

It seems that we won’t get a special event to launch the next budget-friendly iPhone 9, or iPhone SE 2. According to a new report from 9to5Mac, Apple could reveal the device and start taking orders for this new iPhone as soon as tomorrow.

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The new iPhone 9 is supposed to arrive tomorrow, with a $399 price tag according to other rumors. Now, what’s interesting is that this new device is expected to come in three color options that include white, black, and PRODUCT Red. You could also choose between 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB storage options. Now, we find more reasons to believe this rumor, since earlier today, Jon Prosser tweeted images of Canada’s Virgin Mobile placed the device on its activation site. However, we can only see 64GB and 128GB storage options, with Silver, Grey ad Red color options.

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