Apple is expected to launch its next-generation flagship iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus at its press event on Sept. 9. A report claims the company will also unveil the iPad Pro, iPad mini 4 and upgraded Apple TV.
Apple is holding a press event on Sept. 9 at the Bill Graham auditorium in San Francisco, and the company will unveil its next-generation smartphone and phablet, the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. The pair will use the same design as the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus and will also include some features from the Apple Watch.
We recently reported that a video was posted online that gave a look at the iPhone 6s' case, which is said to be stronger thanks to the 7000 Series Aluminum first introduced with the Apple Watch Sport. The iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus have also been confirmed to ship with the wearable's Force Touch displays and technology.
The iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus won't be the only new devices shown off at the event, according to reliable sources. Apple will debut an updated Apple TV, thinner iPad mini 4 and long-rumored 12.9-inch iPad Pro.
The updated Apple TV is said to be powered by an A8 processor, include system-wide Siri support, access to the App Store and a new touch-based remote. The Apple TV remote control will reportedly have motion sensors built-in for enhanced gaming, a touchpad and physical buttons for Siri and Home.
The iPad mini 4 is expected to adopt the iPad Air 2's design, according to leaked images. The tablet is also said to include a faster A-series processor, support to run split-screen apps and an upgraded FaceTime and rear cameras.
Apple has reportedly settled on "iPad Pro" as the name for its larger iPad, although previous reports have referred to the slate as the iPad Pro/Plus. The iPad Pro will be geared toward power users and run iOS 9.1, which will include support for a Force Touch stylus. The tablet is said to include speakers on two sides to produce a stereo effect.
The report claims that, while Apple is expected to unveil the iPad Pro at next week's event, the company will only begin taking preorders for the tablet in late October and ship the device in November.
As always, it's best to take reports and details of unannounced Apple devices with a grain of salt, but luckily, with Sept. 9 fast approaching, we'll know all the details and report right back to you.
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