Apple’s next iPhone is perhaps the most talked about gadget on the planet right now and the new iPhone 6/5s/5c release date has become the burning question for the tech freaks. And, if a recent spate of rumors are to be believed, it will promise greater car integration than any other mobile device on the market. Recently, Apple sent invitations to an event on September 10, 2013 for the launching of iOS7. Though many are speculating that the launch of a new iPhone will be take place on that very day. The name of the new iPhone is still a mystery. Different names are coming up as iPhone 6, iPhone 5s, and iPhone 5c.
We originally predicted that Apple would reintroduce iOS 7 on Sept. 10 and release the operating system a week and a day later on Sept. 18. Since Apple tends to release its newest iPhone two days after the release date of its newest iOS, we predicted Apple would release at least one of its two new iPhones on Sept. 20.
Kuo recently said (via MacRumors) that Apple would release its iPhone 5S after the budget iPhone 6 in September due to supply constraints, but we believe Apple will be able to launch both new iPhones on the same release date — Sept. 20. Apple has reportedly restricted vacation time for employees between Sept. 15 and 28, while T-Mobile has implemented vacation blackouts between Sept. 20 and 22, according to TmoNews. All rumors seem to point to a single Sept. 20 release date for both the iPhone 6 and iPhone 5S.