New iPhones Coming Sept. 9, As Apple Announces Event

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Apple's next big event will take place on September 9th.

The company has just sent out press invitations, which feature the phrase "Hey Siri, give us a hint."

It's widely expected that Apple will unveil two news iPhone models at the event – likely the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus.

As is the case with all of Apple’s mid-number change upgrades, the iPhone 6s is not expected to go through any significant design changes. Reports have suggested that it might be a bit thicker, but as far as screen size of overall frame dimensions things will likely stay the same. Having said that, Apple is pretty confident that you're going to want one.

The new phone is expected to come equipped with Force Touch technology, which basically consists of tiny sensors in the retina display that make the device able to distinguish between a light tap and a firm press. It’s already in use in the Apple Watch and gives users a wider range of controls and options based on the pressure they put into any action.

The Siri shoutout could mean a lot of things, or it could mean nothing. It is a cryptic Apple invite, after all. Alongside the new iPhones, Apple is rumored to be gearing up to unveil a new Apple TV – one that would sport Siri support and a full App Store.

The new operating system iOS 9 is also due out soon, so we'll probably get some additional updates/demo on that.

We'll be covering the event, as usual. What do you want to see at Apple's big event?

Josh Wolford
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