Those waiting for the next iPhone may have a date if iPhone 6 rumours are correct. According to Chinese media reports the next-generation smartphone will be announced by Apple on 15 September, and on sale to the public on 25 September.
Apple traditionally releases devices on a Friday, and therefore a Thursday, 25 September launch would seem unlikely.
The report also believes to know the prices of two new models. A 16GB 5.5in iPhone will supposedly sell for 5,998 yuan ($1032), while the 32GB 4.7in model is rumoured to sell for 5,288 yuan ($910).
The current iPhone 5s range begins at $869 for a 16GB version, the 32GB model is $999 and the highest capacity option is $1129. With Apple’s current trend of introducing lower cost products, a 32GB iPhone could possibly sell for around $900. Especially if you consider the 32GB version of the midrange iPhone, the iPhone 5c, sells for $869.
Besides a larger display, the iPhone 6 models are rumoured to feature a slimmer profile, a new A8 processor, improvements to the camera and possibly a rounded design.