Now that autumn is almost upon us, it is once again time for Apple to unveil the latest edition of the iPhone. This event will take place on September 9th at 10 am PT (6 PM GMT) at the Bill Graham auditorium in San Francisco, California. Now that the Apple Keynote September 2015 Date has been Scheduled, here is how to Live Stream and what to expect for the iPhone 6S, 7, 7S, or whatever it will be called.
In addressing the name of the next iPhone, this article will go with 6S. Generally, a new iPhone gets an "S" if it has something a little special, but a complete upgrade of its shape usually gets a number higher.
Macworld reports that Apple has just sent invites to its September 9th, 2015 event with a caption that says: "Hey, Siri, give us a hint". Is there a reason why Siri is used here like this? Perhaps current iPhone users are supposed to ask Siri for some answers as to what the new iPhone could be.
A new feature that could be added is Force Touch technology, something that has already been put on both the Apple Watch as well as new MacBooks. You should probably make certain that your video streaming software is up to date.
There are rumors that the iPhone 6S could be a size bigger as leaked photos reveal that it could add 0.2 mm of width around the iPhone. Of course any changes to the size of the new iPhone will force consumers of the newest version to buy a new case, which has become a huge market that Apple has been fueling for quite a while now. Most rumors point to the next version of the iPhone retaining the same physical design of the iPhone 6.
As for what is inside, the next iPhone should have an A9 processor plus 2 GB of RAM. The camera could also be getting an upgrade to "DSLR quality imagery" with a two-lens system capable of 3D images, and will shoot up to a 12 Megapixels.
One thing to look forward to is that they could be adding a new color which could mean that the world could be looking at the world through rose-colored iPhones. There are also rumors that the new iPhone could have an aluminum body preventing the bending iPhones that were reported about a year ago.
Of course, these events usually unveils more than one Apple advancement, and it sounds like what also will be announced is iOS 9 as well as watchOS 2 release dates. If you are looking to watch a Live Stream of the event, Tech Radar says that it is possible to head on over to Apple's website and watch it at the time stated above.
As far as the release date of the iPhone 6S, look for it on September 25th, thanks to a leak reported on Pocket-Lint.