New speculations have fueled regarding iPhone6 release date. After the rumor that iPhone 6 may hit the shelves in May 2014, a new report has suggested that Apple is planning to launch its first phablet a little earlier than expected.
BGR.com has revealed a fresh report from Kantar wordpanel, which says that though Apple has tasted success with Apple iPhone 5 successors, there profit has not matched up to the level of Android phones.
“Apple’s grip on major market destinations remains lower than the same time last year as it increasingly faces challenges from its rivals,” said the same report from Kantar.
The report further suggested that it is not Samsung, which is proving to be a tough competition to beat, but tech giants like Sony and LG have also captured a huge market worldwide.
Tech analysts feel that Apple’s downfall owes to its decision of sticking to 4-inch screen. Undoubtedly, the phablet mania is catching up and Apple has not tried its hand at it. Both Sony and Samsung with Sony Xperia Z ultra and Samsung Galaxy Note 3 respectively have caught the fantasy of customers. So will Apple take advantage of the trend with iPhone 6?
Till then let’s wait and watch. For further updates on Apple iPhone 6 release, stay tuned.