According to rumors from BuzzFeed News, the new iPhone would probably be announced on September 9 2015.

The last two iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus was announced on September 9, 2014 the 5s and 5c on September 10 and the 5 was on September 12.

In May, trusted analyst Ming-Chi Kuo from KGI Securities has revealed several key features that he has reason to believe will be present in the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus when they launch later this year.

According to Kuo, who made these claims during a talk with investors, the iPhone 6S will boast the following.


This will be the standout feature of the new iPhone according to Kuo. However, it could mean that demand significantly outweighs supply so expect the iPhone 6S to sell out even faster than usual.

The screen sizes are set to remain the same: 4.7in and 5.5in. There won’t be a new iPhone 6C with 4in display this year.

The iPhone 6S will have a 12Mp camera on the rear and a microphone on the rear for better audio quality in videos.

2GB of RAM is expected in the A9 processor produced by Samsung.

A new casing material and internal mechanical design should prevent a repeat of #bendgate.

Touch ID is expected to be significantly improved as Apple Pay becomes more prominent.

Mass production is expected to begin in August, and Kuo expects total shipments to reach 90 million in 2015, with the 4.7in iPhone outselling the 5.5in iPhone 2 to 1.

Updates and features include Siri becoming more proactive in recognizing your behavior, longer battery life and improvements to existing apps including Maps and Notes.


In addition to Silver, Gold and Space Grey, you’ll also be able to buy a new Pink model.

Very unlikely it is going to be bright pink like the iPhone 5C, but rather a rose gold color like the color of one of the Apple Watch Editions.

We can imagine the new color being rather popular among the ladies. Just saying~

Martin Hajek has come up with several realistic concept images of what the rose gold iPhone 6S might look like, as shown below.

Photo: Martin Hajek
Photo: Martin Hajek
Photo: Martin Hajek

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