Apple iPhone 6s rumors continue to firm ahead of the device release that's expected to go on sale in the first half of 2015.
Both the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are merely a few months old, but now reports suggest Apple already planning to release new hardware in the first half of 2015.
Reports suggest that the Cupertino-based giant is prepping the release of one handset, the iPhone 6s, alongside the Apple Watch during the first half of 2015 and then another, the iPhone 7, in the late Q3.
Apple is hesitant about launching the iWatch in the spring of 2015 without a new iPhone to go along with it, as it could give hesitant consumers an excuse to wait on buying both until the fall," Miller reported.
In fact, last week it was reported that Apple could discontinue making the iPhone 5C and iPhone 4S, in the second half of 2015. Going by the current set of rumors, Apple may launch the new iPhone in the first half of 2015.
Our source says that Apple is hesitant about launching the iWatch in the spring of 2015 without a new iPhone to go along with it," said Miller. "This could give hesitant consumers an excuse to wait on buying both until the fall."
In the meanwhile, new reports suggest that the Taiwanese supplier Pegatron might get 50 % of the total Apple allocation for the next-generation iPhone, expected to debut next year in September.
The unconfirmed report cites a note to clients from a European brokerage, saying, "For the next product cycle, iPhone 6S, likely out in September 2015, we believe for the first time in the iPhone history, Pegatron will become the main source for assembly, with more than 50 percent of the 4.7-inch allocation."
And while some of these rumors remain flimsy, others have begun to firm up well ahead of the iPhone 6s release in the first half of 2015.
While these iPhone 6s rumors remain unconfirmed, in the meanwhile, we'll take these reports as a pinch of salt.
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