Looking back at previous Apple iPhone release history, that suggests the iPhone 6 will be available in the first wave of countries, including the United States, on Friday, Sept. 19.
At least during the iPhone 5 introduction in 2012, the Netherlands was in the second wave of countries to receive the handset, exactly one week after the original debut.
The report also says that the low-end iPhone 6 with 16 GB will retail at the usual price of 699. A source from a Dutch carrier also said that there will only be one model for sale on that date more than likely the 4.7-inch version of the handset.
A rumored version with a larger 5.5-inch screen may arrive up to a month later.
A major new feature of the device is expected to be NFC technology, which will help anchor Apple’s mobile payment solution.
Along with a new iPhone, Apple should also announce a wearable device at the event next week. The so-called iWatch, at least according to new reports, probably wont be on sale until sometime in 2015.