Apple to Hold iPhone Event on September 9: Official!

    The Apple Inc. event of September 2015 has arrived, with the company expected to reveal new details on the Apple iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus smartphones and some more. Yes, the Cupertino tech giant has started sending the official media invites for September 9th event, which will take place in San Francisco.

    Apple to Hold iPhone Event on September 9: Official!

    The invite shows a lot of colors which might be reportedly hinting at the new ‘motion wallpapers" that have been already showcased on the Apple Watch!

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    According to the folks at 9to5Mac, latest rumor has it that Apple will be moving from an 8-megapixel sensor to a customized 12-megapixel camera in both of the new iPhones, which mean larger and higher-resolution pictures.

    Adding to that, report also says that Apple will bring 4K video recording support to the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus, which means they will be the first iPhones capable of recording video in full 4K resolution and among the first phones on the market with such capabilities.

    The benefits of 4K video recording include compatibility with the latest consumer television sets, improved stability and clarity, as well as benefits during post-production editing.

    What else?

    Well, there are a lot of rumors swirling in the tech gossip world around the larger screen size Apple iPad, also known as iPad Pro. Further rumor also has it that a revised version of Apple TV might also come into daylight.

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    While some in the media will have the opportunity to see the event in person, everyone else will still have a way of watching it from their home or office. Apple will begin its live stream from the Bill Graham auditorium in San Francisco, California at 10.30PM IST.

    We will be also live blogging the event, so stay tuned and keep guessing about the upcoming offerings from Apple!

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