It’s that time of the year when rumors about new iPhone starts floating on the internet. Many publications try to fetch as much information as they can before any official news breaks. In the series of leaks and rumors about the next iPhone there has been major news apparently leaked by a French wireless carrier hinting that the next iteration of iPhone which are likely to be called “iPhone 6s” and “iPhone 6s Plus” are going to be up for pre-orders on Friday, September 11 just two days after the rumored event where Tim Cook is expected to unveil new iPhones.
If to go by leak, new iPhones shall be ready for shipments to customers, Apple Retail Stores and carriers who offer iPhones on September 18th, which would give Apple a whole weak to take pre-orders and stock up their Stores to fulfill demands.
Alongside the leak a major carrier partner of Apple, Deutsche Telekom has setup an online reservation system with which customers can grab information about buying new iPhones.
The image below from Mac4ever proves the piece of information to be correct.
With the news that new iPhones being rectified from Bendgate with the help of stronger chassis should also incorporate Apple’s in-house next generation A9 processor along with 2GB of RAM, and if it does its going to be the first time an iPhone will take advantage of 2gigs of RAM. It’s also rumored that the new iPhones will support faster than ever 300Mbps LTE network, and will come with Apple Watch’s force touch technology which shall be their selling point. The new iPhones are also expected to have upgraded 12 megapixel cameras with a larger sensor.
To be mentioned, Apple’s unreleased iPhones were identified as “iPhone 8,1” and “iPhone 8,2”, back in July in iOS 9 beta release, by Fiksu research firm. This gives a surety to the information that the much anticipated iPhones shall be unveiled next month.