Both new handsets will be available in a total of 69 countries and territories, which is by the end of the month. But, on to something that Apple has recently announced, a big thing is coming for 36 countries, which was announced today on October 13th, that their iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus handsets are coming to an additional 36 countries and territories. These places include Europe, Asia, the Middle East, Latin America and Africa, which is suppose to be landing in those places at the near end of October.
Apple has announced something new this morning, which is, the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus will be available in China, the beginning of Friday, October 17th. The devices will be launching in the company’s online store, as well as its retail stores and many other various chains, and authorized re-sellers in the country.
New information has surfaced indicating that the iPhone 6 could be delayed in its release. The news comes in hard and heavy as the weight behind the information carries a bit more heft to it than the typical rumor around the mill.
A new rumor is reporting that the 4.7 inch iPhone 6 could be launching as late as September 26th. However, the report was met with a lot of rightful skepticism and common sense.
There are new reports indicating that the iPhone 6 release date could be set for early September. The evidence and information almost seems indisputable at this point.
Apple’s next version of their operating system, iOS7, will be available to download next week on Wednesday, September 18th.
Monday, Nuance, a speech recognition software company, sent an email to developers that suggest iOS 7 would be available to the public on September10th.
China Telecom, the smallest of China’s three carriers, had started taking pre-orders for the iPhone 5 yesterday.
According to rumors coming out of Asia, Apple could revert to their mid-year release cycle for their next generation iPhone as soon as 2013.
The iPhone 5 should make its official debut in late November or early December through the China’s stat-owned teleco, China Telecom.