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Report: iPhone 6S and Apple TV coming at September 9 event

Apple will announce the next generation of iPhones and plenty more at an event on September 9, according to a report on Friday.

BuzzFeed has gleaned word from Apple sources, claiming the annual autumn event will take place in the week commencing September 7, with 9/9 being the most likely date.

The report claims the report will see the launch of new iPhones and the eagerly-anticipated next-gen Apple TV.

Whether the firm will announce the rumoured over-the-top live TV streaming service remains to be seen.

However the prospected of a larger, 12.9-inch iPad Pro tablet remain somewhat of a wildcard, the site claims.

Apple is also sure to officially reveal the finished versions of iOS 9 and Mac OS X El Capitan and roll them out to users shortly after the event.

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Apple is yet to confirm the date, but the timeframe certainly fits, judging by previous years’ launches.

If the report turns out to be correct, we could expect the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus to go on sale on Friday September 18.

Last year the new iPhones went on sale on September 19 and racked up more than ten million sales in the first weekend.

Will you be upgrading this year? Are you more excited for Apple TV? Still expecting to see an iPad Pro? Share your thoughts below.

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