The event will take place at 10:00 am Pacific Time at the Flint Center for the Performing Arts on the campus of De Anza College in Cupertino. The Flint Center holds a special place for Apple, as it was the location that Steve Jobs introduced the original Mac 30 years ago.
Will have two variants
1. 4.7-inch display will have 1334 x 750 resolution display with 326 ppi as current iPhone.
2. 5.5-inch display.
Today they will be launching 4.7-inch iPhone 6 hence another might be delayed due to production issues.
Apple introduced iOS 8 at WWDC in June with a whole bunch of new features like custom keyboards, widgets, share and photo extensions, HealthKit, interactive notifications, Family Sharing and a lot more.
Along with the iPhone 6, Apple will reportedly also announce the iWatch, its widely-rumored wearable product. The device will come with a number of sensors to keep track of your health and fitness, and feed data into iOS 8′s new HealthKit framework. It will have a curved, flexible OLED display, and will be available in two sizes, 1.3-inch and 1.5-inch.
It’ll have 512MB or RAM and 8GB of storage, but its battery will reportedly last for a short duration, which could be a concern.
iPad Air 2
Apple has traditionally held separate events for iPhone and iPad, but reports claim that this year, the iPad Air 2 will be launched alongside the iPhone 6. The device will likely come in three colors, including a gold option, anti-reflective coating, minor design changes, Touch ID and of course a faster chip.
The improvements aren’t substantial over the current generation iPad Air, which is why we’re guessing Apple could club the announcement into the September 9th event.