Are we going to see the Apple iPhone 6 on Tuesday?

Are we going to see the Apple iPhone 6 on Tuesday?
We all know that the next full-price iteration of Apple's full-priced smartphone will be called the Apple iPhone 5S. After all, we did see pictures of the new box leaked, right? But some of Apple's own apps are telling a different story.  It seems that some apps such as iMovie, iPhoto, Keynotes and Pages are showing that each app is "optimized for iPhone 6."

But before you start looking forward to a surprising name change on Tuesday, it does appear that this is an error. In some regions, like in the U.S., the iMovie App Store page reads that the app is optimized for iPhone 5. In Canada, all of the iTunes web links include the "optimized for iPhone 6" line while in New Zealand, iMovie is optimized for iPhone 7!

If there is one thing we've learned over the years, it's that anything can happen during a product introduction. Things you were sure were going to be included on a device don't turn up even if leaked photos showed it to be a lock. And some new feature that you never saw coming is introduced. But we're pretty sure that the two devices that Apple will introduce on Tuesday will be the Apple iPhone 5S and Apple iPhone 5C.


Thanks,Anonymous Tipster!

source: TheVerge

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  • Battery 1570 mAh
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