Apple sends out iPhone 6 and iWatch event invites for 9 September

Apple event invite for 9 September

Apple has sent out invitations to an event on 9 September that is likely to see it unveil the iPhone 6, and possibly its long-rumoured iWatch.

The invitation (pictured above) does not give much of a clue as to what specifically will be unveiled, though, with its tag line of ‘Wish we could say more’ not seemingly linked to any expected new feature or service that has been rumoured.

The event takes place a the Flint Center for the Performing Arts and begins at 10am Pacific Time, which is 6pm UK time.

Apple fans around the world will no doubt be marking the date in their diary to see what the firm unveils. The iPhone 6 is almost certain to make an appearance, with reports suggesting new screen sizes could be added to the portfolio. Apple expects bumper demand for the new device.

The iPhone 6 will come running the next version of Apple’s operating system, iOS 8, which will include its HomeKit and HealthKit services, and could well include a new, unexpected feature.

Previous device unveilings have seen the firm release a fingerprint scanner on the iPhone 5S, and the Siri voice personal assistant on the iPhone 4S. Both features have been added to the devices of rival manufacturers such as Samsung and Nokia.

The iWatch could also be on its way, as the 9 September event date matches a rumour from US tech site Re/Code, which claimed to have learned this information from a source close to Apple on Wednesday.

Apple events showing off new devices usually lead to huge excitement among fans of the company’s devices, with hundreds of people queuing outside Apple stores for days before the products are made available.

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28 August 2014 | 4:27 pm – Source: v3.co.uk

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