The conference will be held Monday evening (June 2), but for the iPhone 6 presentation we’ll have to wait until fall.
That being said, Digitimes claims that the 4.7-inch display iPhone 6 is ready to go into production during July, with the first units of the device set to be delivered a month later by Apple.
In the same month Apple will start production for the 5.5-inch iPhone 6. The device will arrive on the market somewhat later, most likely during 2015.
Hints about a possible release date have appeared as a mobile operator in Germany, Deutsche Telekom, is said to have instructed employees to tell customers who want to quit subscriptions that the iPhone 6 will be released on September 19.
Moreover, the operator is reportedly preparing lists of pre-orders for the iPhone 6 starting in July.
In terms of leaks, MacFixIt Australia has revealed an alleged case for the 4.7-inch version of the iPhone 6. The back cover apparently indicates that Apple intends to eliminate the dual LED flash in the new iPhone.
Regarding the price of the upcoming iPhones, the 5.5-inch model is rumored to be pricier than 4.7-inch variant. The information comes from Asian analysts who claim that Apple has prepared two interesting marketing names for the smartphones: iPhone 6 Air with a 4.7-inch display and a5.5-inch iPhone 6 Pro.
The iPhone 6 Air will reportedly cost $650, while the larger version could be price at about $750.
In line with previous rumors, this year Apple is expected to release the 4.7-inch iPhone 6, iPad Air 2, Pad Mini 3 and perhaps a 5.5-inch iPhone. Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo believes that all these devices will feature Touch ID.
The information about Apple products coming from this analyst has proved valid in the past.