Apple has maintained its lead and class - when it comes to smartphones and tablets. The iconic company founded by late Steve Jobs, is now looking for a next big products lined up for 2013 launch. After selling as many as 47 million iPhones last year, the company now wants to give its ardent fans - the next generation Apple iPhone 5S and iPhone 6, according to BrightWire report. This is not the first time when the rumors of new iPhones surfaced on the internet. Before also many reports suggested that the company will indeed launch a sequel to iPhone 5 and most importantly: a phablet known by the name of iPhone 6.
The Cupertino-based titan has changed its approach, when comes to launch, cycle as well as longevity of its products. When Apple announced - iPad 4 in 2012, it was looked as a breaking of 12-month launch cycle. The company launched iPad 3 in April 2012. Will Apple follow 6-month life cycle with iPhone 5S? Most likely Apple will launch a slightly improved version of popular iPhone 5 in May- June frame and iPhone 6 in fall. That would mean this year Apple would likely to enter into phablet market as well. Nothing has been finalized as the moment. Take this piece of information with the pinch of salt.
Now the new rumor has added curiosity in iPhone saga. As per Chinese mobile information site named- Laoyaoba.com , which claims that the iPhone 5S will be a marginally improved version of iPhone 5 and another iphone model - iPhone 6 will be thin carrying a giant 5-inch display. The source also told the Chinese site that he has seen iPhone 5S and iPhone 6 with suppliers. Is that mean Apple working on a bigger iPhone with 4.8-inch display? In continuation with Apple's 4.8-inch display iPhone - it is legitimate to say the rumors of iPhone Math are coming true with passing time. As of now, no one from Apple's trusted supply chain has came out in open to give any clue related to iPhone 5S and iPhone 6.
Apple is facing rather tough battle for its survival in the mobile industry today. Samsung, a Korea- based conglomerate, is slowly making into the top- thanks to the success of Samsung Galaxy III and Samsung Galaxy Note 2. Apple is not the same company any more. Under the leadership of Tim Cook, the company hasn't launched any 'magical' product.
The company, practically, have to crack China and India. It is said that this year consumers can get their hands on cheap iPhone. The low cost smartphone will be launched in developing countries; to boost Apple's market share.