Apple iPhone 6 event officially set for Sept. 9
The invitation offers no product hints, only noting: "Wish we could say more." But the general consensus is that Apple will unveil its next smartphone.
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Apple officially makes September 9 the date for their next product announcements. The iWatch and new iPhones are rumored to make an appearance, while other products get pushed out to 2015.
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Invitations to Apple's big event on September 9 landed Thursday in the hands of tech journalists, including CNET Senior Writer Shara Tibken's. In this Inside Scoop, CNET's Kara Tsuboi and Shara discuss the cryptic invitation itself and all the related rumors of larger iPhones and an Apple smartwatch.
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