Apple is widely expected to announce its forthcoming iPhone 6 later this year, alongside the much anticpiated iWatch. The company has been tight- lipped over plenty of rumors surrounding the successor of iPhone 5S.
During Apple's annual shareholder meeting on Friday, Tim Cook may have missed out on a chance to stab at the newly announced Samsung Galaxy S5, but that doesn't mean the company is not working on something exceptionally great product.
Today, French web site Nowhereelse revealed an alleged picture of the Apple iPhone 6 expected to be released later this year. According to their trusted source, iPhone 6 may not come with an extra large displays ranging from 4.5 to 5.5 inches but instead to have 4.3-inches of screen size only.
The leaked panel has a slimmer bezzels, thus allowing a larger screen. The new panel only shows a screen size of 4.3-inch screen, instead of much speculated 4.7-5-inch displays. So, we advice you to take this rumor as a pinch of salt.
Earlier in the year, The Wall Street Journal had reported that Apple might bring two new iPhone models for the second half of 2014. One of them should have a display size of 4.5-inches, while the other variant will measure at 5-inches. Moreover, both models will be crafted out of metal. Apple is also rumored to discontinue its iPhone 5C model due to low sales.
In the meanwhile, Abhey Lamba , analyst with Japan's Mizuho Securities , has revealed that Apple could announce its long impeding iPhone 6 by July this year. The device will be offered in multiple screen sizes varying from 4.7"-5.5".
"Recently, the company has been introducing new lineup in September time frame whereas the next generation phones could come out in July this year," he said. "The earlier launch will be helpful for Apple as it will ensure significant availability and distribution of the new device during the holiday season."
A large iPhone will be on everyone's wish list for Christmas 2014. The alleged pitcure of front facing panel belonging to the iPhone 6 has given fuel to speculations over the coming of a larger screeen iPhone , due in September.
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