iPhone 6s Rumors, Release Date Tipped On Sept. 18 By Network Carriers, Pink Version Allegedly Available?

Every year, the entire smartphone industry comes to a halt every time Apple holds its annual event where it announces its latest iPhone smartphone. And this year, based on the company's naming scheme, it will unveil the iPhone 6s, together with the iPhone 6s Plus, and there is also a rumored iPhone 6c.

Considering the Cupertino manufacturer's recent launch dates, as well as some rumors online, the iPhone 6s release date should be on the second or third week of September.

However, a new report points to a specific date for the iPhone 6s announcement.

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According to a report by Phone Arena, the newest iPhone could hit the market on Sept. 18 next month, and its launch date could be a week earlier.

In the report, two of the three German carriers who will offer the new iPhone have tipped the release date. It is interesting to note that Germany is only one of the few countries that have the same release dates for new iPhones as in the United States, which leads the report to claim that Sept. 18 would be the same release date of the next-gen device in the US.

Based on the report, the new iPhone 6s, together with its other family members, could be unveiled on September 11, with pre-orders beginning that day.

Meanwhile, a report from Cult Of Mac posted some interesting renders of the new iPhone 6s, which showcases the phone's design and pink casing. In the report, the images were from and look very realistic. The good thing about the alleged pink color is that it is still easy on the eyes and not similar to the pink color option for the iPhone 5c a couple of years ago.

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