Apple to announce iPhone 6s and more on September 9

It is usually in the last quarter of the year that Apple brings out its most sought after products, the new iPhones and iPads. Usually the iPhone event is sometime around the September period and iPad event happens closer to the holiday season. This year, the iPhone event at least is happening exactly at the time we expect it to. Apple has sent out the invites for the event in San Francisco on September 9th, 2015 at 10 AM PST.

It is expected that this is when Apple will announce the successors to the current iPhone 6 and 6 Plus in the form of iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. It is expected that the phones will have the same curved design that the current lineup of iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus have. The major difference is expected in the form of Force Touch, a technology that Apple has already debuted in the new Macbook Air and Apple Watch. Both the new iPhones are also expected to ship with iOS 9 out of the box, which should be made available at the end of the event for public to download. Along with iOS 9, El Capitan or OSX 10.11 should also be available if we are to go by how things happen historically.

The new iPhones are also expected to bring a new camera module that would really enhance the camera performance several fold when compared to the current lineup of iPhones. It would also be interesting to see if Apple will persist with the reversible Apple port or go with the reversible Type C cable. Given the event is at a larger auditorium at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, there is a feeling in the industry that Apple could have more news than just unveiling the iPhones. We could have the new Apple TV, which has been in rumors for a while now as well as the new iPad Pro, which is expected to be the larger 12 inch iPad. It is also worth noting that this is the first time that the event will be streamed for Windows users, albeit you will need the latest Windows 10 running on your system. For the Apple users, the rules remain the same.

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