iPhone 6 Said to Launch on Tuesday, October 14, Part of 'Incredibly Busy' Month for Apple
Thursday July 31, 2014 1:13 am PDT by Richard Padilla
Apple may be planning to launch the iPhone 6 on Tuesday, October 14 as the month itself will be an incredibly busy one for the company, according to a source that spoke to MacRumors citing an internal Apple Retail Store meeting.
The source notes that a senior Store Leader mentioned October 14th as being an "immense" day for Apple, adding that the whole month of October would be very busy for stores and the company itself. Apple is also said to planning a media event for Tuesday, September 16, coming a month ahead of the device's launch.
4.7 and 5.5-inch iPhone 6 mockups compared to iPhone 5s
To this point, most reports have pointed to a September announcement and launch for the iPhone 6. However, a report last week claimed that Apple is planning a mid-September event for the iPhone 6 and iOS 8, which would be followed by an October event showcasing the iWatch, OS X Yosemite, new iPads, and new Macs. An announcement event for September 16 would also fall on a Tuesday, which is when Apple typically announces new products.
Apple launching the iPhone 6 on a Tuesday would be a change from past years, as the company has launched previous iPhones and most new hardware on a Friday. However, the source claims that high customer demand and an ample supply due to a large production effort will motivate Apple to start iPhone 6 sales earlier in the week.
It is unknown if an October release for the iPhone 6 would include both the 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch version, as recent rumors have pointed toward several production issues plaguing the larger model. It is possible that the 5.5-inch may launch later in the year or in 2015 after Apple can produce enough devices. In addition to a larger screen, both versions of the iPhone 6 are expected to feature a thinner profile, a faster A8 processor, and an improved camera.
The pullback is not over. 4% off a 52-week high does not signal the end.
Get Educated. Follow my lead...
waiting and waiting for buy at low, sell/short high, Not by buy high then wish for somebody dump enough to buy higher, So can sell
aea.redbee • Jul 28, 2014 3:22 PM
Long 25k aapl at 93.18 ...SOLD at 99.20 (time to sell)
Long 20k aapl at 95.57
by aea.redbee • 6 hours ago
Isn't that the same place where I heard the Federal Prison they built up there has exactly 300 foot of Lake Michigan for docks to unload the prisoners they ship in from Chicago?. Which floor did they put you in, sounds like the 5th floor, the only one I've heard that the "guests" can actually see the water. How much of the Lake can you see from your 3 foot by 4 inch window?
shorts very smart they don't short of bigger sell off of the year like long bought at all time high 99.40 , they cashing their gain
The job report - smoke and mirrors. They claim 200,000 jobs created? How about the roughly 200,000 jobs each month that are vacated by the baby boomers retiring on the average of 10K baby boomers retiring per day? Shouldn't the numbers reflect 200,000 existing positions opened up to replace retired workers PLUS 200,000 new jobs created. The government should be claiming 400,000 people went to work. You best look at the number of folks retiring in this country each month versus what the government reports, you just might find that there are not new jobs being created, just replacement into existing jobs that folks are leaving because they retire. A job filled by replacing a worker that retired is not creating a new job, it is merely filling an exist job. There are no new jobs being created.
come on sheepy, with all the $ you're "making", all you can afford is a dump on Lake Michigan lol?
exactly what I was thinking, doesn't take much $ to have a "nice" place there, but at least sheepy has a roof over her head lol
Word. I am thinking the same. Gap up to 96, and sell off from there. Probably close sub 95.00