Apple's annual event is right around the corner. The company has officially confirmed the annual fall event on September 9.
Apple has sent out press invite, which reads, "Hey Siri, give us a hint." The event is scheduled on September 9 at 10 a.m. PDT (10:30 p.m. IST) at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco.
As always, the company has received much attention in the rumor mill this year and we might see many major announcements at the event. It is rumored that the company will reveal a new iteration of the iPhone along with Apple TV and a slew of other software update for Apple Watch and iOS.
However, according to the MacRumors, the 2015 event will likely to see the iPhone 6S and the iPhone 6S Plus that includes new features like Force Touch and more. This post will give you an insight about products that we expect to be announced at the Apple's event on September 9. Take a look at the slider below to know more.
Apple's next-generation iPhone has been highly rumored for a quite long time. The new model of iPhone will likely to be named with 'S' tag with several upgrades. We expect that the iPhone 6S and the iPhone 6S Plus will be on the timeline. It is expected that both upcoming iPhones will be powered by Apple's new A9 chipset, double on-board RAM and will have a better battery life.
Meanwhile, it is also rumored that the next-generation iPhone will sport a Force Touch feature and flaunts 12 megapixels rear camera, which is capable of taking DSLR quality pictures.
Apple iPad sales have seen a dramatic drop and the company has managed to drive potential iPad purchasers towards the iPhone. But, at the event, we expect that Apple might introduce a long-awaited 12.9 inch iPad Pro. Recently a new video render surfaced online showing the iPad Pro equipped with a 12.9 inch display with four speakers.
The rumor mill seems to be positive that Apple will announce a new Apple TV set-top box at the event. The new box is expected to offer much more including a new remote control a redesigned interface with Siri support and all-new App Store for Apple TV. Rumors also pointed out that, Apple TV will cost $200 or less and will come support Wii-like motion gaming, and also offer TV service similar to the Sony's PlayStation Vue.
At the WWDC 2015, Apple announce the new iOS 9 and Apple WatchOS 2 and we expect that that latest iteration of iOS 9 will be running on the upcoming iPhone 6S. Furthermore, it is also expected that the Keynote will also include useful improvements for Mac and iOS.
Apple Watch is expected to get the new WatchOS 2 software update at the upcoming event. Meanwhile, The New York Times reports that, there will be a less expensive gold-edition Apple Watch at the event. But, there is no word on exactly how much the new gold-edition Apple Watch will cost.
Apple has already promised Apple Music for Android fans this fall. And we expect that Apple will announce the Apple Music for Android users at the event.