Majority of reports that are appearing online regarding the specifications and launch date of Apple’s flagship smartphone, iPhone 6, have signaled towards the upgraded iOS 8, replacing iOS 7.1.1. With the new mobile platform coming onboard, we bring to you 10 of the top killer features that the smartphone is likely to have, with most of them virtually confirmed.
Apple will reintroduce its navigational tool, coupled with a more reliable data for public transportation use as well as indoor mapping services in select markets.
The smartphone will have Healthbook, which will allow users to easily record and access medical information that will benefit them in personal aid and efficient monitoring.
iPhone 6 will have CarPlay that will ensure safer and more enjoyable driving.
iOS 8 will surely have Siri with an upgraded version in order to fight off the rising threats coming from Google Now and Cortana.
Notification on iPhone will definitely be simplified as many users still remain confused while differentiating between All and Missed alerts.
The upcoming smartphone is likely to introduce several improvements in iWork and iCloud in order to obtain enhanced workplace collaboration, more app integration and expanded storage space.
The 2014 iPhone will have the optimised pairing with accessories with an aim to promote higher productivity and better entertainment experience.
The iOS is expected to feature mobile multitasking as Split Window is rumored to be part of iOS 8.
Apple will most probably get rid of the radio component of its iTunes and morph it into a separate but related entity that will be dubbed as iTunes Radio.
Apple will surely provide longer battery hours as it emerged as one of the top considerations in a recent survey.
Apple is scheduled to release two versions of iPhone 6 this year, with one having a 4.7-inch display and the other boasting a 5.5- or 5.7-inch screen. The company is due to start the production of the 4.7-inch model in July, with the commercial launch due in September. Meanwhile, the manufacturing of the bigger version would start sometime in September. This suggests that the two versions will not hit the market at the same time.