The majestic iPhone 6 is likely to debut in the United States on the Labor Day, i.e. September 2nd, as deduced from latest logics. It appears that the iPhone 6 can make it to the market by the end of August provided Apple begins production right away to match the iOS 7 release date.
Test versions of the new iOS 7 indicate that it is far beyond the beta 1 level, so the platform will likely arrive in Fall. Assuming that Apple will take about three months to release its iOS 7, the iPhone 6 has enough time to debut by the end of August.
Apple’s press invites will come about a week before its launch event. The iPod touch will likely be one of the products launched alongside the iPhone 6. The event will also include additional details on the final version of the iOS 7. The products are likely to hit the market a few days later, after online preorders and release dates are set. Thereafter, the iOS 7 will be downloadable to current iPhones and iPads.
The iPhone 6 will feature an A7 quad core processor and iOS 7, the most significant iteration of Apple’s mobile operating system. The device is likely to come with 16GB, 32GB, 64GB and 128GB storage options. Wireless charging is an expected feature that could address the current iPhone-battery’s quick draining issue.
Based on iPhone 6 concepts, many are expecting to see a fingerprint sensor as an additional security feature. There have been talks regarding an Apple patent about acoustic input for some functions. In other words, users can provide sound input that will be conducted through the shell to the system.
For now, iPhone fans will just have to follow the developments of iOS 7 to deduce the release date of the iPhone 6.