Apple's iPhone 6 gets an unveil date

It looks as though the iPhone 6 has an official event date, and it’s been set for September 9. Re/code first revealed the date, with both The Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg confirming the information.
The next generation iPhone will reportedly be available in two screen sizes: 4.7” and 5.5”. While mockups of both models have been spotted in the wild, the leaked components that we have seen have been mostly of the smaller model (the mockups/renders below are of the 4.7" model).

We don’t have any definitive hardware specs for the iPhone 6 – unlike unreleased, competing offerings from Samsung – but both smartphones will more than likely feature 64-bit Apple A8 processors, an improved Touch ID fingerprint sensor, and a significant boost in display resolution (reports have pegged the 4.7” model with a screen resolution of 1740x960).
We’d also be very surprised if Apple didn’t include 802.11ac support along with LTE-A connectivity.

The current generation iPhones -- the 5S and 5C -- were introduced on September 10, 2013.

Sources: Re/code, Bloomberg, The Wall Street Journal, Nikkei [Images]

"I mean, if you wanna break down someone's door, why don't you start with AT&T, for God sakes? They make your amazing phone unusable as a phone!" -- Jon Stewart on Apple and the iPhone

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