The iPhone 6 will launch on Tuesday, October 14th, suggests a source close to the matter.
MacRumors reports that a senior store leader at an internal Apple Retail Store meeting mentioned October 14th as being an ‘immense’ day for Apple.
According to the source, it was also revealed in the meeting that the whole month of October will be very busy for stores and the company itself.
This is in keeping with rumours that Apple will hold a media event on September 16th detailing new products. It’s thought the firm will release two different sized smartphones, with the release dates being scattered a month apart.
If the report is correct, this may indicate that one model will be available immediately after the press event, with the flagship iPhone 6 hitting retail in October.
In other Apple news, an app called 1Password has demonstrated how the extensions update to iOS 8 can be used in conjunction with the app to allow other third-party devs to tap into 1Password and fill in your passwords without ever leaving their own app.
Apple demonstrated the benefits of iOS 8 extensions at this year’s WWDC, where it showed how users will be able to edit photos across various apps without having to jump between them.