A new report from BuzzFeed’s John Paczkowski, claims Apple will hold its annual fall iPhone event on September 9th. The report cites the ever-popular “sources familiar with Apple’s plans,” that say the event will be held the week of September 7th, and the 9th is the most likely date for the shindig.
Apple will debut the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus at the event, with the new handsets expected to look largely the same as the current iPhones, but will boast a faster processor with more RAM, a better camera, and a pressure-sensitive Force Touch display.
The company is also expected to unveil a new Apple TV set top streaming box, with improved internal specs, as well as an updated interface, new remote control, and support for an App Store. The Cupertino firm’s streaming television service is not expected to make a showing at the event.
Paczkowski says Apple is aiming to debut new iPads at the event, however they usually unveil those at a separate October event. He refers to the iPad Pro as a “wildcard” for the event.
Paczkowski hit the date for last year’s event right on the nose, correctly reporting September 9th as the date. We will likely know the exact date for the event sometime in late August/early September, as Apple send out invites to the shindig around a week or two before it is held.