What To Expect From Apple’s ‘Hey Siri, Give Us A Hint’ September 9th Event
Apple made its iPhone 6s event official yesterday by sending out invites for its keynote to the press. The company also announced that it will also be live streaming the event to millions of users around the globe. But what should we expect from the keynote itself? We have a complete roundup just for that.
iPhone 6s And iPhone 6s Plus
It's a sure shot fact that Apple will utilize the stage to announce its next two flagship handsets - iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus. The devices are going to be an evolutionary upgrade over the iPhone 6, featuring little to no design changes at all, with all the major upgrades residing under the hood.
To learn more about the iPhone 6s, based on leaked reports and rumors, then be sure to check out: iPhone 6s Specs, Rumors, Features, Price, Release Date [Complete Roundup].
Apple TV 4
The Apple TV is miserably due for a refresh, and having not updated its set top box since 2012, the time is right for the Cupertino giant to unleash something new. With reports flying around that an Apple TV 4 is in the works, we can expect the new device to feature a brand new design, a new UI, a dedicated App Store, and Siri, among other things.
Apple promised that iOS 9 will be released this fall, and we expect the final build to roll out alongside the new iPhones. But at the event, we expect Apple to seed the Golden Master build to developers, which will likely end up being the final version of the firmware that will be seeded to the public a week after.
OS X 10.11 El Capitan
Just like iOS 9, El Capitan is bound to be released this fall, and we're certain Apple will seed out the Golden Master build right after the event. The final release date of the download will likely be revealed at the keynote.
The new software for Apple Watch has seen as many betas as iOS 9 itself. Set to be released this fall as well, we're certain, just like iOS 9 and El Capitan, Apple will seed out the Golden Master build soon after the event, with the final version ready to be seeded alongside iOS 9's public release.
New SDK For Developers
With the iPhone 6s all set to feature Force Touch tech, it's a given that Apple will also announce and release updated tools for developers to take advantage of it.
New Macs? - Unlikely
Reports are flying around that Apple is set to release a new set of iMacs later this year, with a 21.5-inch 4K desktop among the list of expected devices. But it's highly likely that Apple would utilize this event for its announcement, so don't hold your breath for it just yet.
As we mentioned before, the event will be live streamed. More details can be found here: How To Live Stream September 9th iPhone 6s Event On iOS, Apple TV, Mac, PC.
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