The Apple rumors are heating up quickly leading up to the company’s still rumored press event in September. Re/Code on Wednesday revealed a surprising piece of information that suggests Apple isn’t going to announce its iWatch in October. Nope, instead, the company is apparently ready to show the iWatch to the world on September 9, the same date that Re/Code says it will introduce not just the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 but also the 5.5-inch iPhone model, possibly dubbed the iPhone Air or the iPhone 6L.
Re/Code was the first to name October as a possible unveiling date, but the news site warned that Apple’s plans could change, and now it appears that they have. The site seems confident that Apple will launch the iWatch on September 9 and says that it doubts the company’s plans are going to change between now and then. That’s not to say any Apple event in October is off the table; the company is also allegedly gearing up to launch a new iPad Air 2 and a new iPad mini with Retina display, which it no doubt probably wants on the market before the holiday season. Maybe it will even squeeze in another event to introduce a thinner MacBook by the end of the year.
Sept. 9 is shaping up to be a major event, and the world will be watching to see how Apple’s new iPhones and iWatch stack up against the competition, which has been steaming ahead at full speed since Apple launched the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c last year.