Re/code has a solid track record when it comes to Apple media events, but its report didn’t mention the actual release date of the iPhone 6. Based on the release timetable Apple has been following for the last few years, however, we can predict the iPhone 6’s release date.
Since the launch of iPhone 4 in October 2011, Apple has usually released the new iPhone, 8 to 9 days after the launch event. Apple also likes to launch the new iOS device on a Friday, so based on the pattern followed by Apple over the last 3 years, iPhone 6 release date will most likely be Friday, September 19.
|Launch Event||Release Date|
|iPhone 2G (Original iPhone)||January 9, 2007||June 29, 2007|
|July 11, 2008|
|iPhone 5s||September 10, 2013||September 20, 2013|
|iPhone 6||September 9, 2014||September 19, 2014?|
There have been a couple of rumors from a few months ago that also say that the iPhone 6 would be released on September 19, citing inside sources. The first rollout generally includes countries like U.S., Australia, Canada, China, France, Japan, Singapore, Germany and the U.K.
Apple is widely expected to release two variants of the iPhone 6 this year, one with a 4.7-inch display and the second one with a 5.5-inch display. The new iPhones are also expected to include Apple’s new A8 processor with 2GB RAM, Touch ID fingerprint sensor, and an improved 8-megapixel camera.
Are you excited about the iPhone 6? I can’t wait to get my hands on the shiny new iPhone.