Apple September Event: Speculation, Rumors & What to Expect

We’re getting closer to that time of year. Not football season, but Apple’s annual fall event. It will take place this year on September 9th.

The company uses these events to promote upgrades and make big announcements. What can we expect this year? Apple, of course, hasn’t announced anything but there is plenty of speculation and rumors floating around. Here’s what you can expect:

The iPhone 7?

Probably not yet. After all, the iPhone 6 and 6 plus were just released at last year’s event. You can; however, expect Apple to unveil a new operating system that has significant upgrades including calls through WiFi.

iPad Pro

Although you may not see a brand new iPhone, there have been rumors of a new iPad. This one might be huge – with a 12.9-inch display and ports to support a mouse, keyboard and a USB 3.0 port.

Apple TV

This device is overdue for an update! Will we see increased storage and a new remote? The folks at CNET do a great job of gathering up all the rumors.

The Apple Watch

It hasn’t really taken off, yet. But expect Apple to keep working on this device – fixing the bugs, creating updates and adding functionality.

Most of these rumors will indeed probably come true on September 9th, or at least close to it. There will also most likely be several surprises. Stay tuned for more updates and commentary and remember, if you’re experiencing any issues with your cellular devices, contact us and we’ll be happy to help!

Leaked Photos of Google’s New Nexus Smartphones

The rumors and leaks for Google’s smartphones are growing! Leaked photos of the two new unreleased Nexus smartphones, manufactured by LG and Chinese telecommunication equipment maker Huawei, have hit the Web within the past week.

One photo, which leaked in the Google Nexus Community Indonesia shows what appears to be the LG device. You’ll see the back-facing camera lens and below it the small circle that seems to confirm the rumors of a fingerprint scanner. The display size is reportedly 5.2 inches.


The new Huawei Nexus 6, which is being tested with a 5.5 and 5.7-inch display screen, was also leaked by @OnLeaks, AKA Steve Hemmerstoffer of


According to @OnLeaks, both smartphones will feature USB-Type C ports, fingerprint sensors, front-facing speakers and a metal frame.

When will they be released? A date hasn’t been announced yet, but speculators say October or November of 2015 make sense, in time for Black Friday/Christmas shopping season. The new smartphones will most definitely run the much anticipated Android M.

You can read more rumors here and of course, stay up-to-date with our blog for smartphone news, tips and advice.