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iPhone 6s, iPhone 6c and iPad Pro already listed on one retailer’s site

A German retailer has apparently already listed various unreleased 2015 iOS products in its online lineup, even though Apple has yet to announce any of them. That’s likely a mistake considering that Apple’s new iPhone and iPad launches are months away — either that, or it’s a publicity stunt to attract attention.

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According to the screenshot below captured by French blog Nowhereelse, 24mobile.de lists four new iOS products in its store, including the iPhone 6s, the iPhone 6s Plus, the iPhone 6c and the iPad Pro.

These product names might sound familiar to anyone who follows Apple rumors, and they appear to be logical steps for Apple when it comes to next-gen product names. However, some reports claim that Apple will only launch two new iPhone models this year, 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch phones that might be included directly in the iPhone 7 family, skipping the iPhone 6s cycle. Furthermore, the 4-inch iPhone 6c might not launch in 2015 according to the same report.

Finally, iPad Pro isn’t the confirmed name of the 12-inch iPad that Apple is expected to launch this year, as other naming options have been spotted in reports detailing the bigger tablet.

The German retailer doesn’t offer any other details about these Apple products, which isn’t at all surprising. Apple is expected to unveil new iPhone and iPad models in September and October, respectively, just as it has done in previous years.

An image showing 24mobile.de’s inventory containing unreleased Apple products follows below.


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