Rumour: Apple Naming Scheme Will See ‘iPhone 6’ and ‘iPhone 6 Plus’ Debut Tomorrow

On the day before Apple’s highly anticipated iPhone media event, last minute rumours always surface, such as the following from Japanese site Macotakara, which claims its sources have informed them of the naming scheme Apple will use for its new iPhone models.

The rumoured names will see the 4.7-inch model debut as the ‘iPhone 6’, while the larger 5.5-inch model will be called ‘iPhone 6 Plus’. Sources tell the site the colours available will be the same as from the iPhone 5s (space gray, gold, silver), while storage capacities will come in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB options, while the rumoured 128GB option remains unknown.

Previously we’ve heard rumours of Apple’s next iPhone models to be called ‘iPhone Air’ and ‘iPhone Pro’, along with ‘iPhone 6L’.

It’s worth noting Macotakara’s sources were correct last year in leaking the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c naming scheme, corroborating earlier reports.

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