If there is one thing which iPhone fans out there don’t really need is additional confirmation that the new iPhone will be introduced to us next month. Unless it comes from the horse’s mouth of course. Over the last few months, we have been treated to countless leaks of components and parts that form the sixth-generation device and also heard enough speculation about the September 12th announcement date to pretty much convince us all that it’s going to happen on that day. All we really need is the official invites from Apple.
Unfortunately we don’t live in a perfect world where we always get what we want, so we shall have to settle with additional confirmation of the September release that comes from the Mobilecom Debitel network provider in Germany. A customer-facing banner on the official company website declares the arrival of the new iPhone with customers being able to sign-up for email alerts so they can find out everything they need to know when it arrives next month. We don’t know whether or not they have some inside information, or are attempting to capitalize on the current interest levels around the purported device, or are just going on the accepted speculation of a September 21st release, but it’s up there for all to see.
While there remains a slight possibility that networks may be given information about possible release days that aren’t offered to the general public, it is unlikely at this stage. For those who are waiting patiently for the new iPhone, then you shouldn’t have to wait much longer as this website only serves to tell us what we have already known for a long time, and we should be seeing an international release of the sixth-generation iPhone on or around September 21st.
Apple themselves will be eager to get this one wrapped up and get the device out into the wild considering the amount of speculation that has been surrounding the iPhone. Levels of interest are at an unprecedented level and everything indicates another huge success for the Cupertino technology giants when this one hits the shelves. I’ve already got my credit card ready.