How about a few tasty morsels of iPhone 6 rumors before Americans get to enjoy a three-day weekend? There's a second date you may want to pencil in to your calendar, while the 4.7-inch model gets a new video.
GforGames today reported that previously reported September 19 release date for the iPhone 6 may actually turn out not to be the case, with "inside sources" now claiming the device (or devices) will be announced on September 15, but not actually available until 10 days later.
According to new reports from the Chinese media, that would put the iPhone 6 in the hands of consumers on September 25, which is something of a head-scratcher given that it falls on a Thursday and not a Friday, the day of the week Apple has traditionally launched the iPhone.
The same report claims the 5.5-inch "phablet" sized iPhone 6 will allegedly be called "iPhone Air," while contradicting an earlier report claiming the base model will come with the same 16GB of storage, instead of 32GB being the new minimum.