Apple sends out invitations for September 9th media event, hints at new iPhone, Apple TV hardware

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Date: Thursday, August 27th, 2015, 14:21
Category: Apple TV, Hardware, iPhone, News

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The rumors of the media event on September 9th were true.

Apple just sent out official invitations to assorted media outlets for its media event on Wednesday, September 9th. The invitation teases the reader with “Hey Siri, give us a hint” and the event itself will take place at 10 AM PT at Bill Graham auditorium in San Francisco, California. Apple’s September event is set to include the next generation iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus as well as the long awaited Apple TV hardware update.


The Siri tag also increases speculation as to Siri integration with the next generation of Apple TV hardware, which has been rumored for a while now.

Where Apple’s next-gen iPhone is concerned, rumors have focused on a 12 megapixel back camera, 4K video recording and improved flash features for the camera itself.

Stay tuned for additional details as they become available and we’ll have full coverage of the event on September 9th.

Via 9to5Mac and CNBC

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One Response to “Apple sends out invitations for September 9th media event, hints at new iPhone, Apple TV hardware”

  1. Time to revisit this 2007 post:

    “With all the discussion surrounding Apple and an iPhone device, could an Apple phone turn up as the ultimate remote for Apple’s iTV. Front Row + Apple Remotes are already bundled with Mac hardware. Wouldn’t it seem reasonable that a new phone would provide remote control for the upcoming iTV?

    The thought is that a new Apple phone will integrate with iTV as a remote that you can use within the house… never misplacing your phone or remote and be a nearby and available phone to use. I imagine that the phone/remote would pile up the minutes as it would be the first choice of a phone to use while using your home media.

    Smart phones are no more clumsy than other (TV, CD, DVD, VCR) remotes. An all-in-one Apple device that simplifies this media experience would be welcome. I’d imagine someone in Cupertino would think so.”