As you can expect, Apple have been keeping quiet about their upcoming iPhone launch, but it’s all pretty clear that Apple are in fact gearing up to release the iPhone 6, along with iOS 8, the latest mobile operating system that Apple has already given previews on earlier in the year. Right now though, Apple haven’t said a single word about any upcoming iPhone products, and this has made it hard to figure out any solid dates for the release of the iPhone 6.
However, thanks to various reports and rumors across the internet, it’s looking like September is most likely the month Apple will be unveiling their new iPhone 6 handsets. So far, we know that the standard iPhone 6 should come with a 4.7 inch sapphire-glass display, whilst another, larger model, should release alongside the standard iPhone 6 with a 5.5 inch sapphire-glass display.
Whilst many reports do suggest the iPhone 6 will be released at some point in September, at this point it seems to be largely down to productions efforts. If Apple manage to manufacture enough iPhone 6 units in anticipation for a September launch, then we may see both iPhone 6 models in the second or third week of September.
If iPhone 6 productions becomes an issue, the release date for the new iOS smartphone may be pushed back slightly. Alternatively, the larger 5.5 inch device may be delayed till a later point so that Apple’s manufacturers can focus on manufacturing enough of one model to reach market demand.
Whilst the iOS 8 beta has been available for some time, Apple still haven’t finalized the update. It’s likely we’ll see a couple more beta iterations for iOS 8 before we see it finally release alongside the iPhone 6 later in the year. Make sure to take this information with a grain of salt though; it’s all just talk and rumors at this point in time.