There’s been no shortage of rumors about the next-generation Apple TV and the iPhone 6S over the past few months, but it looks like we’ll finally have some official information in a couple of weeks. Apple has started sending out invites for its big announcement event on September 9th in San Francisco, where the company is expected to take the wraps off a bunch of new products, including some new iPads.
Earlier this month, a report claimed that Apple was planning to schedule its next major product announcement on September 9 – and today, just as predicted, the company sent out invites for a press event being held on that day in San Francisco. Apple is expected to unveil several new devices there, including its new iPhones. The iPhone 6s and 6s Plus – as they will probably be named – will be visually similarly to the current models, but will feature some welcome under-the-hood improvements, including a new type of display with ‘Force Touch’ pressure sensitivity, along with a better camera, and various performance enhancements. The new devices will be built around the latest version of the company’s mobile operating system, iOS 9, which it unveiled earlier this year, and which itself features plenty of new features and improvements, including enhanced multitasking and more ‘intelligence’ for Siri.