First fall Apple announcement set for September 9

Technology experts and consumers alike are waiting for the next press event date to be announced by Apple. There are believed to be several events that will happen over the next few months that will introduce new iPhones, iPads, iPods, the iWatch and operating systems.

According to a recent article from Re/Code, the first big media event will be scheduled for Tuesday, September 9.

During the inaugural Code conference that Re/Code held back in May, Apple senior vice president Eddy Cue spoke about the upcoming fall product line and called it the best he has seen in his 25 years with the company.

The belief is that Apple will hold to form of past years and the first event will focus on the iPhone. The rumors speculate that two new iPhones will be released, each with a larger screen when compared to the current model – 4.7 and 5.5 inches. They will also run the new A8 processors and could have a host of new features that have been bandied about.

The belief is that, like in years past, there will be another press event in October that will than focus on the iPad. Where the operating systems and iWatch will fight in is yet to be seen.

As with all things Apple, until there is an official release form the company, everything should be taken with a grain of salt. However, history can not be ignored and several fall announcements are all but a certainty. An iOS management support service can help any company adopt the new technology that will be announced in the next few months.