Apple iPhone 6, is most likely to be launched as early as August 2014. This comes after rumors swirled that the manufacturing of display panels for the upcoming Apple device is scheduled to start in May 2014, specifically for the 4.7-inch variant.
“The suppliers of Apple – Japan Display, LG and Sharp – are due to begin their manufacturing process for the thin touch panel films, almost like the one used in the iPhone 5S, with effect from May 2014″, according to reports by Reuters. The only obvious difference will be the screen size, as it has been reported earlier several times that Apple will get away with the 4-inch screen standard that graced the iPhone 5S.
Other reports have also suggested that Apple is also planning a bigger iPhone phablet, which will have a screen size of up to 5.5-inch, but the company’s immediate focus is on the 4.7-inch variant.
The upcoming Apple iPhone 6 is also expected to be powered by 64-bit A8 processing chip, which will result in providing incredible power and speed to the smartphone, reported AnandTech
Apparently, Apple will be featuring a minimum 2GB of RAM in the smartphone in order to make sure that users will not “run into memory limits before (hitting) CPU performance limits.
Meanwhile, Pegatron Corp. has established a new facility employing Chinese workers for the manufacturing of iPhone 6. Pegatron Corp. is behind the assembling of iOS devices for Apple for a period now.
However, nothing has been confirmed as of now, and all the eyes are on Apple for an official announcement.