The Apple rumor mill is hell-bent on ruining the surprise for all of us.
Ahead of a September 9 event, many details about Apple’s next iPhone and Apple TV have leaked to highly reliable sources. That’s not to say the products themselves are boring, as Apple will likely show off a new way to interact with our phones, and make a huge leap forward for its living room set-top box. The only major question is whether or not we’ll see new iPads at this event as well.
It’ll still be up to Apple to explain why anyone would actually want these gadgets, of course. But for now, here are the nuts and bolts of what Apple will announce next week (we’ll keep updating this post until the event kicks off on the 9th).
iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus seems most likely, but KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has floated the idea of a jump to iPhone 7.
4.7 inches and 5.5 inches, just like last year, says the Wall Street Journal and Kuo.
Not happening this year, though the 4-inch iPhone 5s will stick around, 9to5Mac adds.
Included in both sizes, claims AppleInsider and the WSJ. It might detect finger-contact area instead of direct pressure, says Kuo, and will provide haptic feedback, adds VentureBeat.
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