Citing a source familiar with an internal Apple Retail Store meeting, MacRumors reports that the rumored iPhone 6 could launch on October 14th.
According to the site’s source, a senior Store Leader called it an “immense” day for the company, with the entire month of October being an “incredibly busy” one for Apple and its stores.
In addition, a media event is said to be scheduled to take place on Tuesday, September 16, where the device is expected to be unveiled.
If true this may indicate that Apple wants to break with tradition as October 14th falls on a Tuesday and the company is known to have released new iPhones on Fridays.
It also means that there would be a larger timeframe between the handset’s debut and its launch on the market.
Last week a report announced that the next iPhone and iOS 8 will be announced at a mid-September event.
The iWatch, OS X Yosemite, new Macs and new iPads are also rumored to be presented by Apple in October.