Apple to have major release event on September 9

Apple to have major release event on September 9

A source close to Apple Inc. has released information that confirms that the acclaimed US company will have a major event scheduled for September 9. Most likely Apple will unveil a number of new devices that include the iPhone 6 and the iWatch smartwatches.

The event will take place at Flint Center in Cupertino, California and will coincide with the IFA 2014 exhibition. Unfortunately it appears that the new iPhone 6 will not be a cheap device thanks to some Apple policies. Thus the 16 GB version of the device will sell for USD 750, which is USD 100 more than what the iPhone 5s currently sells for. The expected 32 GB and 64 GB versions of the iPhone 6 will be even more expensive.

Unfortunately there isn’t any more information on the event or the devices that will be presented. As we all well-know Apple keeps all its new gadgets in a deep secret before the official launch event and this case is no different.

Source: Slashgear.com

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