Friday Apple Rumors: iPhone 6, 6 Plus Preorders Reach 1M in China

Here are your Apple Rumors for today:

Source: Apple

Bose: A new rumor claims that Apple (AAPL) will be removing all Bose products from its online and physical stores, reports MacRumors. The exact reason as to why the tech company may be removing Bose from its retail offerings in unknown, but it likely has to do with the acquisition of Beats earlier this year. The company plans to focus on Beats headphones and may have chose to end its relationship with Bose as a result of this. Bose products are expected to be removed from Apple Stores starting next week.

Yosemite: Apple has made OS X Yosemite GM Candidate 3 to developers, AppleInsider notes. Developers that are officially registered with Apple can download the new OS X Yosemite build from the Mac Dev Center or via a Software Update from the Mac App Store. The first OS X Yosemite GM Candidate was released roughly a week ago and the second version was sent to developers on Tuesday. The GM versions of OS X Yosemite being released suggest that the software is almost ready for public release. Apple may choose to publicly reveal OS X Yosemite at its press event scheduled for Oct. 16.

China: Preorders of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus have taken off in China, reports BGR. The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus were first available for preorder in China today. Six hours after preorders started, three Chinese mobile carriers reported preorders that total up to more than one million. Prior to the official preorders for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus opening up in China, 9 million people reserved the device. The new smartphones will be available in China starting on Oct. 17.

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