According to IBtimes.com.au Chinese Analyst Sun Changxu told Chinese Web site QQ Tech that, “She predicts Apple will initiate the production of iPhone 6 in May so that it could launch the handset in June. “
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Apple recently unveiled the new MacBook Air at WWDC event. Post the launch, dark clouds seem to be floating over the firm as its latest MacBook Air gets hit with complaints regarding the Wi-Fi connectivity issues.
Apple’s 24th annual developers’ conference to be held next week will surely see some new versions of iOS and OS X software to test before they are released to customers. It’s a seven month gap for developers as well as customers after the release of iPad Mini in October.