Apple Makes September 9 Event Official With New iPhones and Wearables Expected
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As we told you a while back, Apple plans to use a Sept. 9 event to introduce its latest iPhones and, as we noted yesterday, it will also introduce its first wearable.
Sources say that the new iPhone will come in 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch varieties — the first time Apple has introduced new models of different sizes.
The event is slated for the Flint Center in Cupertino and was made official in an invitation just sent to reporters. The Flint Center is, among other things, the place where Apple debuted the first Mac in 1984.
Apple, for its part, is characteristically vague on what to expect on Sept. 9.
“Wish we could say more,” is all the invite says beyond offering logistical details.
In the mean time, here is video of Steve Jobs introducing that first Mac.
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