Apple event on September 9; iPhone 6S Plus to be unveiled

Apple’s upcoming press event is scheduled on 9th September, and if the latest rumors are to be believed the company will unveil the next iPhone set to arrive as the iPhone 7 or iPhone 6S. Here are some of the details of the device’s details and features.

Apple has sent out the invites of the event, confirming that the next iPhone will be made official on 9 September at the Bill Graham auditorium in San Francisco. After the launch on September 9, iPhone 6S Plus will go on sale in the following week on 18 September.

Apple is surely expecting the device’s sales to be high, as the firm has asked suppliers to manufacture between 85 million and 90 million units combined of two new iPhone models with 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch displays.

However, the details of the pricing of the cost of the iPhone 7 has not been revealed yet though there have been speculations that Apple is likely to set the price similar to the last year’s iPhone 6, which was available in 16GB, 64GB and 128GB variants for the respective prices of £539, £619 and £699. However, if the Apple iPhone 6S plus or 7Plus is a larger screen device, the pricing is expected to go more than £619, £699 and £789.

Speculations also add that the firm is set to ditch the 16 GB variant and release the next iPhone in 32GB, 64GB and 128GB variants instead. The leaked pics also show that the iPhone 7 - or iPhone 6S - won't look much different to iPhone 6 or iPhone 6plus. Battery life in iPhone 7 is expected to be a little better than in the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, and as per the leaked pics, the battery capacities in the new iPhones could actually be lower than in the previous generation. 

Expected to be available in the same white, space grey and gold colour options, the iPhone 7 is tipped to run Apple's next-generation A9 processor is built on 14/16nm technology. The next iPhone will feature the 1.5GHz tri-core A9 processor, paired with 2GB of RAM same as inside the iPad Air. The iPhone 7 will feature a 1,715 mAh battery smaller than the current iPhone's 1,810 mAh offering.

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