Rumor: iPhone 6 Production Begins Next Month

Typically with every iPhone release, the rumors trickle in months ahead of time, and the release of the iPhone 6 has been no different. We’ve heard that the iPhone 6 will come in two sizes, 4.7- and 5.5 inches, we know that it will have some health-related features thanks to iOS 8, and we’ve seen leaked photos or the new handsets. We also know that Apple will likely announce the iPhone 6 in August.

The latest rumor is that the handset will go into production next month instead of last month, as we heard earlier, and the iPhone 6 should be shipping to retailers in September, according to Bloomberg’s sources.

There was a time when an iPhone release meant near insanity, with droves of people camping out in order to be the first to have a handset of their very own. The iPhone is still a superb device, and it’s always sold well, but that special something Apple once had just hasn’t been there since Steve Jobs died.

Apple could use a big blockbuster hit, and surely CEO Tim Cook is hoping that the iPhone 6 will be just that.