The iPhone 6 launch date has been circled for September 9, according to a new report.
The oft-accurate Recode has word Apple plans to host a "big media event" on that Tuesday. September is new iPhone time for Apple, but this year we expect to see two versions of the iPhone 6 - a 4.7- and 5.5-inch variant.
Update: Both the Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg have spoken to their sources and backed up September 9 as iPhone 6 launch day. Make that iPhone 6s launch day as both publications say more than one new iPhone will be announced, namely two with 4.7- and 5.5-inch screen sizes.
In addition to stretching to larger screen sizes (and coming in two premium flavors for the first time), the new iPhone is expected to ramp up to a A8 processor and perhaps even flash a scratch-resistant sapphire display.
There's always more
Of course, it wouldn't be an Apple event if some iPhones were all we got.
With rumors of a new 12-inch Retina display MacBook Pro, 4K iMac, 27-inch iMac and a new Apple TV set-top (though that has reportedly hit some snags), September 9 should be filled to the brim with fruity goodness.
If it's not, well then we have October to look forward to.
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