The iPhone 6 looks readied to be announced by Apple next week, and it appears like every retailer and carrier is getting associated with hyping it up. O2, a significant network operator in the Uk, has joined in with the fanfare by publishing a newspaper ad that describes a key, unannounced device, and although it might describe a number of upcoming handsets, it’s clear that iPhone Fever is now grasping one of the UK’s foremost providers.
Provided that the iPhone 5s introduced in early September, we constantly presumed that its successor would follow fit, and a couple of weeks back, a reliable source all-but verified the 9th. This was given the stamp of authenticity when Apple started pushing out invitations to the keynote recently, and the company’s option to hold the address at the Flint Center rather of the normal, smaller sized venue of the Yerba Buena recommends that big things are in store.
In the iPhone’s earlier days, O2 claimed exclusivity over the device, and even though one can buy the handset with a variety of operators including Orange and T-Mobile’s collaborative Everything Everywhere nowadays, O2 is definitely beginning early in its efforts to draw brand-new customers.
As you’ll probably be aware, the iPhone 6 is being touted as one of the most significant upgrades to the line-up because the original dropped in 2007, for in addition to an all-new, iPad Air-like design, the display appears set for a dramatic increase. On September 9th, anticipate Tim Cook and co. to announce a 4.7-inch gadget gone along with by a 5.5-inch variant, and considered that the existing flagship provides a simple 4-inch display, this is rather the leap.
With a bumped up, 64-bit A8 processor, enhanced movement coprocessor, NFC and ruggedized Touch ID finger print sensor, scarcely anything appears to have actually been left untouched, and although the iPhone will unquestionably be the main topic of discussion, the tech company obviously has a more surprise, quite actually, up its sleeve.
The elusive iWatch is expected to début, although apparently, it will just be previewed, with a release not anticipated up until early next year. Still, the 4.7-inch iPhone will likely deliver one week to ten days after September 9th, and with the 5.5-inch option readied to follow in October, there’s plenty to look forward to.