Apple has announced that they will be holding an event on Wednesday, September 7 at 10:00 am at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco, California. This event is widely rumored to include new product announcements and details of the latest software which was previewed at Apple's WWDC event earlier this summer. Apple will be live streaming the event on their website beginning at 10:00 am (PST). Join us at your local CityMac on Wednesday, September 7 to watch all the excitement as it happens.
Blog (Topic: Rumors)
The Apple world is full of rumors. We tackle a few of them here.
Apple has announced that they will be holding an event on March 21, 2016 at the company’s headquarters in Cupertino, California. Rumors have been circulating of new products that may be released during this Spring event. Let's take a look at the most likely and unlikely updates we'll see later this month.
Each year Apple announces new products during multiple product events throughout the year. It’s a guess to try to think about what Apple will announce next, and sometimes things are predictable to see coming, such as a new iPhone model each year. Here are a few product lines that could see an update in 2016.
Apple's Worldwide Developer's Conference is an annual media event where the Cuppertino-based company introduces new products and gives the public a glimpse inside the mysterious world of Apple. If Apple follows what they have done in years past, when this years WWDC keynote starts, it will open with a video of developers and the apps they create. Once the video ends, Apple CEO Tim Cook will walk on stage and brief the audience on some updates then introduce the new products and services for 2015.
With the introduction of the new 5K Retina HD iMac last October, Apple has incorporated its “Retina” display technology into almost every one of its flagship products (MacBook Pro, iMac, iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch) with one exception: the MacBook Air. The 11” and 13” MacBook Air received a small update and spec bump in April 2014, but all in all - it really hasn’t changed too much since its initial debut in 2008. While nobody knows surefire details about Apple’s upcoming products until they’re announced, there is a lot of speculation regarding a new Retina MacBook Air that will hopefully launch later this year.
Apple’s next Special Event is rumored to happen on Tuesday, September 9th. While the invitation to the event won’t be officially sent out to the media until right before the event's scheduled date, from various sources it looks as though September 9th will be the special day. As to what Apple will release at this event, it looks like the main product will be the rumored next generation iPhone, the iPhone 6. The iPhone 6 is supposedly going to feature two new sizes of screen - a 4.7-inch and a 5.5-inch model. Along with larger screen sizes, it is safe to say that the new iPhone will be faster, thinner and have a better camera - along with keeping that eye-catching design that iPhones are known for.
If there is one thing Apple loves, its secrecy. The Cupertino-based company is famous for keeping product releases hush-hush until a week or so before it is released to the public. That being said, entire communities have formed around the sole purpose of uncovering and revealing Apple's secrets about upcoming products. Recently, these communities have focused on the iPhone 6, which should be released sometime toward the end of September or early October. The purpose of this post is to review the prevailing rumors around the web as well as to explore some of the more obscure ones.
Since the iPhone 5 was released, people have been talking about the next-generation iPhone from Apple. Rumored to be the iPhone 5S, Apple's 7th generation iPhone has been speculated to feature a higher performance processor, an improved camera, a finger print scanner, and AC wifi, but keep the same design and size of the iPhone 5. Storage capacity for the iPhone 5S will likely stay the same, with the possibilty of a new 128GB option.