Apple has reportedly selected a date to unveil its latest iPhones, including the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s. According to BuzzFeed‘s John Paczkowski, who has reportedly accurately on Apple in the past, Apple’s currently looking at the week of September 6, with a more specific date in mind.
BuzzFeed said that, as of right now, Wednesday, September 9 is the date Apple is planning to host its big event. It held the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus event on September 9, 2014, so it seems like a plausible date.
Most interesting, however, is that BuzzFeed says Apple will also announce the new Apple TV, which is expected to debut with a new TV streaming service and a brand new remote. BuzzFeed said it has learned the new set is slimmer than the old mode and will also support Siri, pack an A8 chip and will run “an improved operating system.” If that means iOS, then we should expect an app store, too.
Finally, new iPads may even make a debut on September 9, ahead of the standard October refresh, though there’s no confirmation the the rumored iPad Pro is going to be in attendance.
Circle the date on your calendars, but keep in mind this is all a rumor until Apple makes it official. Things change, you know.