As the Obscure Analyst I always dig up information. Tonight while checking out the latest news and coverage on tomorrow’s WWDC I stumbled across a very interesting post from TK Tech News. TK Tech News is reporting that Apple will reveal the iPhone 6 tomorrow during Monday’s WWDC due to a large number of iPhone 6 devices that have gone missing and a reported rogue demo of the iPhone 6 that could be released at any time. The video commentary related to the iPhone 6 release at tomorrow’s WWDC can be found here.
Reported by TK Tech News: Well Well Well, Looks like Apple is going to announce the iPhone 6 at WWDC alongside the iWatch, This may be because Apple recently had a problem in one of their Foxconn plants in China. Reportedly some 40 actual devices were lost, leaked, sold, who knows, But it looks like Apple is trying to get out in front of the leaks and release the phone much earlier then they intended, Guess they dont want to be the next samsung which we saw pretty much everything they wanted to release on June 12th get leaked this week. Will apple beat the leakers and announce the device before a hands on video can be shown, It will be interesting to find out.
I went through the website and found out that TK Tech News has recently leaked several new smartphone hardware devices prior to the official manufacturer announcements. TK Tech News published a demo video of the Samsung Galaxy S5 Active on May 23rd that was filmed on May 20th. The actual Samsung Galaxy S5 Active was announced by Samsung on May 29th.
Disclosure: I have no idea if the claims made by TK Tech News are valid. In the spirit of sharing information I felt it was my responsibility to share the post and video for others to decide for themselves.
Full Disclosure: I have no position in AAPL but I am long Apple’s newest sapphire supplier GTAT.
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