Rumours have been going round for sometime now concerning the launch of iPhone 6.
It was earlier anticipated that September would be the month in which the awesome iPhone 6 would be launched.
Many have been asking the question of when Apple would launch the much awaited iPhone 6. With the company’s past behavior, the launch date was earlier rumored to be September which led to a lot of excitement of the consumers. Still another source indicated that the launch had been set for October 6 leading to more confusions.
It is now official at least according to Recode; the much awaited iPhone 6 will be launched on September 9.
Apple has organized a media event on September 9 where it is widely expected to announce its flagship Smartphone.
Recode usually has accurate information about Apple launch dates and other news. It gave the September date but without any further elaboration.
It has been a tradition for Apple over the past years, to unveil the next generation iPhone in September, and launch it at the end of the month to increase sales. This has also always been a strategy used by the Company to increase the financial earnings before the end of the quarter.
The sales during the month of September are usually meant to prevent poor performance in Apple’s financial fourth-quarter results.
Since former CEO Steve Jobs introduced the Smartphone line in 2007, Apple has added a new iPhone every year. New iPhones have been unveiled in September since 2011.
Earlier report about this launching showed that the 5.5 inch version may miss out on this big day due to the production challenges. The 5.5 inch phablet which means is a combination of a phone-tablet will have to be released late this year or it might even end up being launched in 2016.
The Wall Street Journal reported last month that Appled had asked its manufacturing partners to produce between 70 million and 80 million units of its larger screen iPhones by 30th December. This is an increase from its initial order of between 50 million and 60 million units of iPhone 5S and 5C.
Apple profits have been driven by the sale of iPhone for the past several years. The company generates about half of its revenue from the smartphone. But this time round, it is facing a very stiff competition that before.
Apple’s results have been fueled by the iPhone for the past several years, with the company generating about half of its revenue from the smartphone. But Apple is facing more competition than ever before.
Big names like Samsung are on its neck and it does not help Apple much as it is also missing out on the low end of the market where the majority of buyers are expected to be.
Emerging markets like China are making are making more and more mobile sales where companies like ZTE and Huawei are producing inexpensive and popular phones.
Those who are planning to buy new phones are keeping their ears on the ground just in case it won’t miss this September date again.