Apple, rivals, and consumers all knew that the iPhone 6 launch would be huge and would likely crush all previous records. It has proven the case as Cupertino has released its figures for the pre-order stage of the iPhone 6 roll out (the device ships from September 18th) and the numbers are indeed huge. However, there is a trend that points to the larger iPhone 6 being more popular.
The biggest launch in smartphone history? Oh, that would be the current roll out of the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, Apple's latest and I presume greatest flagships. Expect sales records to tumble as rabid Apple fans tear themselves to pieces to get an iPhone, with millions upon millions expected to sell this weekend. The launch has actually been fraught with problems though, but despite that, both the iPhone 6 and the 6 Plus are already selling out.
You watched Apple's iPhone 6 launch event, you are a long time iPhone fan, and you thought that you would like to replace your old iPhone for the latest and greatest. As the clock strikes midnight tonight you will be able to pre-order the iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus and have it on September 18th. However, how do you ensure that you are doing everything right when trading in your old iPhone, and keeping your data safe?
Apple launched the iPhone 6 yesterday in what was a very successful and warmly received media event for the company. The device is very good, easily the best Apple has made so far and has plenty going for it in almost every regard. However, that does not mean there are no problems and after getting to know the iPhone 6 a little better we can offer a clearer impression.
Yes, the iPhone 6 is the smartphone that will drive Apple's growth through this generation, but the company also added a new handset category by unveiling the iPhone 6 Plus. It is hardly a secret that Cupertino would be launching a large screen Phablet variant, but now it is in the flesh it is easier to see if the iPhone 6 Plus will be able to give large screen Android heavyweights a run for their money.
In probably the biggest tech launch of the year, Apple has rolled out the new iPhone 6, the company's new flagship device that comes with a larger 4.7-inch screen. Cupertino started the show by eschewing the usual boasts as Apple CEO Tim Cook said there was too much to go through in terms of launches, so he just said that in terms of the company "everything is fine".
The iPhone 6 has shown up for another benchmark result today, revealing some of the finer details about Apple's smartphone. Of course, the new iPhone is set to land later today in a huge launch event, and we will be on hand every step of the way to give you the details from the day. However, if you simply can't wait and want to know what hardware the new iPhone 6 is packing, do read on.
IFA was huge last week, while there have also been massive launches from Samsung, Motorola, HTC, LG and everyone in between during this year, but tomorrow the biggest of them all will happen. Yes, tomorrow Apple will be launching its new iPhone/s in front of the world's media and millions of onlive viewers. Whatever you think of Cupertino, new iPhone launches have become the biggest tech events of the year and tomorrow will be the biggest yet.
Speculation may be in the air as to what iPhones Apple will launch this year, but we now know the date when we will find out about at least one of them. Cupertino has scheduled a press event that will take place on September 9th and is almost certainly to launch the iPhone 6.
It has been oddly quiet on the iPhone 6 front of late, which means one of two things. Either the launch date is imminent and all that is left are the semantics, or the production process has hit a snag.