There’s no shortage of rumors about the iPhone 6. We have seen countless leaked parts and components as well as reports about supposed announcement dates and release dates. Apple has given no confirmation as yet even though it is expected to unveil the iPhone 6 on September 9th. New reports coming out of Asia suggest that the iPhone 6 release is going to take place on September 19th, that’s when the new units will actually hit shelves.

A well known technology blog based in China, PCinLife, reported back in June that the iPhone 6 release is set in stone for September 19th. Today it reiterates the same report, claiming that the release is probably going to take place between September 16th and September 19th.

Last year Apple greatly increased the number of launch markets, which are the first ones to receive the new units. So as far as iPhone 6 release in Europe and North America is concerned, a German retailer also mentioned the September 19th day back in May. If this really is the day when iPhone 6 hits shelves, then customers can also expect it to be released on Apple’s home turf.

Apple usually announces its new iPhones a fortnight before they actually start shipping so this timeframe does make sense. But then again, only the folks at Cupertino know what’s ultimately going to happen, we can only wait and see.

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