April 15 Could Be The Release date For Apple iPhone 9
The widely-anticipated, upcoming Apple iPhone 9, successor to the iPhone SE from 2016, has been rumored for a while now. However, it looks like we are finally going to get an official introduction to the new Apple series of smartphones. Just a few weeks ago a report talked about the phone being delayed indefinitely because of the COVID-19 outbreak, but maybe Apple changed its mind.
According to a fresh report, the company held an internal meeting to discuss how to proceed, and concluded that the iPhone 9 will get official on April 15. It will then become available on April 22. It’s unclear if the company plans to hold an online event for the launch, or will simply issue a press release, considering the ongoing global crisis.
The iPhone 9 will reportedly be priced at starting $349 or $399, thus being an intriguing new entry into the mid-range price wars. Design-wise, the phone is expected to have huge screen bezels and a physical, capacitive Touch ID sensor on the front, below the display.
However, judging the spread of the Coronavirus crisis across the world, there is a possibility that Apple might change its plans yet again. But let us hope they don’t.