Apple’s iPhone 6 Intro to Occur on Sept. 9


Apple has announced an event on September 9th at the Flint Center for the Performing Arts in Cupertino, Ca.  The event which has been long expected by those following the iPhone 6.  The schedule currently has the event beginning at 10am PST.

Also expected to be introduced are a number of other related products including a new version of iTunes, iOS 8,  and the iWatch among others. While the iTunes and iOS 8 are pretty much a foregone conclusion due to the introduction of the iPhone 6, the iWatch and other product introductions are still much more of a mystery.

Slated for release sometime this fall is also Mac OS X version 10.10 and this could be the point where Apple release it as well.  Also expected in some circles is an update to the seemingly archaic Newsstand which has been without much love in the industry lately.  An Apple introduction of a version of iBooks Author for Newsstand could potentially corner the magazine publishing market as well.

It is unknown if Apple will live-stream the event but if they do, it will likely be on their Apple Events page at

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