For those of you who can’t recall, a report last month suggested Apple may unveil their upcoming iPhone 6 on September 19th — the third Friday of the month. The launch date was leaked by the folks at Deutsche Telekom, who were reportedly alerting their customers. It made sense, since Apple usually launches its updated iPhone in the fall.
Now, according to a new report from Chinese shores, Apple will take the wraps off their new iPhone 6 on September 19th. The report reaffirms the previous information we had, but this one also offers some information about the price of the alleged iPhone 6. The report claims that 32GB version of the iPhone 6 will go on sale in China for 5,288 yuan (about $850), while the 64GB model will come with a 6,288 yuan (or $1,008) price tag. The report failed to mention if its the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 or the phablet, which is expected to be $100 more expensive than the smaller model.
Previous reports suggest Apple will unveil two new iPhones later this fall, one carrying a display size of 4.7-inch, while the second one will boast a phablet form factor with a 5.5-inch display. They will reportedly come with an A8 processor, as well as an improved camera on the back. Apple also showcased their latest iOS 8 at WWDC 2014, which is expected to debut alongside the new iPhone 6 later this year.
There’s no confirmation from Apple regarding the launch date or if the device is in works, so we’ll just ask our readers to take this rumor with a grain of salt. We’ll update you as soon as we come across anything.