The King James Bible is published for the first time in London, England, by printer Robert Barker. For a long time, this work won't have any specific title at all and will simply be referred to as the English translation of the Bible.
In the late 16th and early 17th centuries it's referred to as "King James's Bible." Around the same time the title "Authorized Version" will be used. In the 20th century the titles "Authorized King James Version" and "1611 translation" become common.