It’s finally official, directly from Apple, email invites have been sent out to a September 9 event, a date that has been circulating amongst a lot of us during the past weeks. With that being said, there was absolutely no specific or explicit agenda unveiled for the event, which they clearly confirmed by stating “Wish we could say more.” I mean quite honestly this is a genius way of marketing the release of Apples’ newest smartphone, The iPhone 6 (yes, that’s what the event is for), fueling that suspense and tension that has been floating above us for so long. But what fuels my anticipation for this somewhat glorious event is not only the rumored iPhone 6, but Apples’ iWatch.
For those who for some weird reason never received an invitation, you’ll be holding their breath a little longer as there were no mention of a live streaming video presentation. Much like in the past, Apple always allowed the thousands of fans to stream the Worldwide Developers Conference. Though for some crazy reason Apple has been keeping a tighter lid on the September event this time.
A while back Apple’s Chief Executive, Tim Cook, mentioned that “Apple would break into a new product category this year” – its first since the iPad was launched in 2010. Nevertheless, introducing a new Smartwatch on September 9 will not only give Apple a small little breather to discuss its new feature like the HomeKit, which will be presented in their new mobile operating system, iOS8, but it will also mark Apple as one of the most revolutionizing and iconic technological empires to ever exist. (Keep in mind though that the release date of the iOS8 will probably also be presented on September 9)
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