Apple iPhone 6 to Sport Ultra Retina Display and Thinner Body

Cupertino-based Apple continues to maintain a stern silence on the coming of next-generation iPhone, dubbed the "iPhone 6". There have been plenty of rumors to make us believe that Apple iPhone 6 exists somewhere in the world.

Sonny Dickson, a blogger of repute, has revealed the specs sheet of the forthcoming Apple iPhone. New rumors have suggested that the purported device is expected to be a lot faster and slimmer than its existing predecessor.

Now, sources close to Sonny Dickson believe that the next-gen iPhone would be actually 0.22 inches thin. In layman language, the iPhone 6 / iPhone Air could measure only 5.58mm in terms of thickness.

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Apple iPhone 6 to Sport Ultra Retina Display and Thinner Body

Additionally, Dickson mentions that the new iPhone model would pack an Ultra Retina screen with a 389ppi density, and a super fast 2.6GHz A8 processor under the hood. The iPhone 5S, on the other hand, features A7 chipset.

Sonny Dickson isn't saying anything related to screen size, but we think the device will sport a 4.7-inch display based on recent surfaced rumors.

Last week, Taiwan's Commercial Times reported that Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., or TSMC could be producing Apple designed A8 chipset. Further, the chipset is based on TSMC's 20-nanometer process technology, as opposed to the existing A7 chip, which was produced on Samsung's 28-nanometer technology.

According to the latest round of rumors, the iPhone 6 will flaunt a metal-bodied design, with Apple also working to launch a 5.5-inch phablet device this fall.

9to5Mac reports that Apple has procured a facility in Arizona to make sapphire-crystal glass displays for future Apple products, possibly including the iPhone 6.

Rumor has it that the iPhone 6 may feature a design similar to the existing iPod Nano.

Apple is rumored to release the iPhone 6 in September, followed by the retail availability in November.

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