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5 Massive Product Releases Coming In the Next 2 Weeks

These are going to be big!

Michael Cruickshank
5 Massive Product Releases Coming In the Next 2 Weeks© 2018 Flickr - Dafne Cholet

1. Motorola Moto360 (September 4)

Motorola’s long discussed round smartwatch will finally be coming on September 4. While we have already had a few glances of the watch in action during Google’s I/O developer conference, this will be the first good look that the public has had of this device.

Image: © 2014 Motorola

2. Apple iPhone 6 (September 9)

The most anticipated release in the tech world is presumed to be happening on September 9. While there is yet to be any official confirmation, almost all sources are pointing to this date as the public debut of the iPhone 6. It is also widely expected that there will not be one, but two iPhone 6s released, each with a different screen size.

3. Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (September 3)

When it was first released, the Galaxy Note was an unexpected hit. Now, the 4th generation of this ‘phablet’ is soon to be released. The new device is expected to feature a metal case, 5.7 inch screen, as well as similar biometric sensors to the Galaxy S5.

4. Unnamed LG Round Smartwatch (September 5-10)

Just two days ago LG announced to the world that it too had been working on a new round smartwatch. While little is known regarding the specifics of this device, we expect it to be released at the IFA press event in Berlin, which runs between the 5th and 10th of September.

Image: © 2014 LG

5. Apple iWatch (September 9 - possibly)

While this is far from confirmed, it is quite possible that alongside the release of the iPhone 6, Apple could release “just one more thing” - the iWatch. This device has long been rumoured, as more and more leaks have been coming about in recent months about its design. Should it arrive, it will cause massive waves within the smartwatch market.

Image: © 2014 Flickr - Phillipp Zumtobel

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