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Report: German carriers confirm September 18 launch date for iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus

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Report: German carriers confirm September 18 launch date for iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus

German weblog Macerkopf.de is reporting that Apple’s upcoming ‘iPhone 6s’ and ‘iPhone 6s Plus’ smartphones will hit retailer cabinets on Friday, September 18, or 9 days following the rumored September 9 unveiling that BuzzFeed’s frequently-dependable John Paczkowski just lately mentioned on.

We’re already heard that Apple will announce the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus on September 9 — along a brand new Apple TV and in all probability even new iPads as smartly. Based on earlier launch plans, it kind of feels most probably the Cupertino corporate will then start taking pre-orders on Friday, September 11.

“This would be the case once more this yr,” the record reads, system-translated. “From cellular circles, we have been in a position to determine that the German suppliers get ready this yr on September 18 2015th. At least we now have heard from of 3 suppliers.”

So if there’s a media adventure scheduled for Wednesday, September 9, Apple will have to get started accepting pre-orders for the brand new telephones on Friday, September 11, ahead of first shipments get started hitting consumers’ doorsteps and arriving in retail outlets the next Friday, September 18.

If historical past is a sign, the brand new units will first launch in america, Canada, the UK, Germany, Italy and a couple of different key markets on the subject of measurement and income. The 2d wave of iPhone 6s launch may well be due on September 26, as stated lately through Dutch weblog TechTastic.nl (Google Translate).

In addition to the iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus (and perhaps a rumored iPhone 6c), September 9 will have to additionally convey us a few new iPads and a refreshed, slimmer and quicker Apple TV hardware with Siri voice regulate, a redesigned faraway with contact controls, downloadable apps and video games by the use of an Apple TV App Store and extra.
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