There have been speculations since long that Apple’s new flagship smartphone iPhone 6 is scheduled to be released either at the WWDC event in June or after a few months in September. Now a new report has appeared online that showed that Apple would soon release the smaller variant of the smartphone, while the larger display variant would be launched in 2015.
Apple is reportedly working on two variants of the iPhone 6 variants – 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch models. UBS Managing Director Steve Milunovich has said that the 4.7-inch variant is likely to be released either in August or September, while the 5.5-inch model may or may not be released at the same time. The 5.5-inch variant would be available at a higher price tag as compared to the smaller model.
Martin Hajek has showed a new concept design of iPhone 6 through an online video in collaboration with iCulture.nl, according to App Advice. The concept design has square feature with larger screen size and is thinner than iPhone 5s.
Meanwhile, designer Sam Beckett has recently released a mock up design of iPhone 6 through a 1.37 minute long video. The video showed that the smartphone would be having a larger screen size and would be 9% thinner than its predecessor. The device was seen in 4.7 display with a pixel resolution of 1920×1080 and pixel density of 468ppi as well as 10MP sensor with an aperture of f/1.8.
South Korean brokerage KDB Daewoo Securities claimed that the upcoming iPhone is likely to boast a 4.7/4.8 inch or 5.5 inch screen size with a 1920x1080p (440ppi) or a 2272×1280 (510ppi) display respectively along with the A8 chip (64-bit) and iOS 7.2.
The latest reports have surfaced online about the release and specifications of Apple’s iPhone 6. The reports have suggested that the company is working towards increasing production and employing more people in order to ensure the timely release of the next iPhone 6 around fall.
Some analysts claimed that Apple will be releasing its next flagship in two variants – a 4.7-inch model and a 5.5 model. The 4.7-inch variant is likely to be available in the market this fall, but no release date has been confirmed for the 5.5-inch variant, according to analysts.
Meanwhile, a report by Reuters has showed that Pegatron Corp. has established a new facility employing Chinese workers for the manufacturing of iPhone 6. Pegatron Corp. is behind the assembling iOS devices for Apple for a period now. The report also suggested that Apple is scheduled to start assembling the device in the period between April and June.
There also have been rumors that the next Apple device will be having weather-related sensors. A patent filing read “The addition of sensors tallies with a recent leak which showed Apple was developing a health monitoring system and an app called HealthBook. The rumoured iWatch would probably work with this app to help [users] monitor their fitness levels and chart day to day exercise.”
The upcoming smartphone is expected to be available in a bigger screen size along with a faster and better A8 processor, fingerprint sensor as well as other new and exciting features and improvements.
However, the company is still to make any official announcement about the release date and its specifications.
2014 is likely to be an eventful year for Apple as the company is expected to launch several high-end devices for its consumers worldwide. Apple is scheduled to release its next flagship smartphone the iPhone 6 as well as the iPad Air 2 sometime in 2014. Meanwhile, if recent reports are to be believed, the company would also release new iPad models.
There has been plenty of news that Apple is scheduled to launch iPhone 6 in two different screen sizes; however, nothing can be confirmed until any official announcement.
A report by BGR has mentioned that Apple would be having the two versions of the iPhone 6 – 4.7 and 5.5-inch. Steve Milvunovich, a USB analyst, has claimed that Apple is working on two separate versions although it will release only one version this fall. The 4.7-inch version is expected to be launched in August or September 2014, while the 5.5 variant may or may not make its market entry at the same time.
The new iPhone 6 is rumored to be launched in around September or October 2014, according to iDigitalTimes. However, it was earlier believed that the smartphone will be launched in June 2014 at Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers’ Conference.
Apple has so far launched five iPad versions, and has continuously worked towards refreshing the line every year. Several reports have emerged online regarding the release of a second iPad Air. However, Apple is still to make an official announcement over it.… Read the rest
Tech giant Apple is just few weeks away from launching its much awaited android flagship smartphone, iPhone 6, which is likely to be equipped with the most advanced and innovative features.
The new Apple device is expected to include iOS8, which will give it an edge over the competitors present in the market. Also, it is going to have a bigger screen size along with a faster and better A8 processor and fingerprint sensor.
We bring to you the top 5 features that you can expect from the iOS8.
The iOS8 is being expected to provide a feature that will hide preinstalled apps that are not in use.
Inter-app communication is being considered as one of the weakest elements of iOS, and the users are now expecting a stronger inter-app communications.
It is now very much required for iOS to provide at least some kind of centralized access to documents. It is very strange that it is not so easy to attach documents within mail in an OS. So better document management is another must-wanted feature.
The consumers want more do not disturb options iOS8. This feature was upgraded in iOS7, which allowed users to silence notifications only when a device is locked.
Text manipulation is another area of concern. So, more usable and intuitive ways of dealing with text are expected from Apple in iOS8.
The new iPhone 6 is rumored to be launched in around September or October 2014, according to iDigitalTimes. However, it was earlier believed that the smartphone will be launched in June 2014 at Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers’ Conference. Nothing can be confirmed until any official announcement.… Read the rest
The release of the iPhone 6 will bring to us a number of top features that will include something along the lines of an enhanced shooter and battery applications.
Apple actually plans on improving its camera on the iPhone 6 but does not want to compete with the Windows and Android devices.
It is possible for Apple to skip the addition of a powerful camera in the iPhone 6 but it will instead improve all the other components that are used for enhancing images. An Apple insider said that the company will be focusing on the over all images that are created instead of simply boosting the camera.
The next feature is the new battery with a longer life that will also have an inbuilt power manager that will automatically control the battery usage.
The third feature is the bigger screen size that Apple promises to deliver to their loyal users on the iPhone 6. This will be a pretty big make over from the cramped four inch screen seen on previous models and while there is no confirmation on the exact size, one can expect that Apple will be moving into the phablet market. … Read the rest
Apple is set to launch its latest masterstroke with the iPhone 6 soon. With the flagship to be in the open very soon, we hear that the smartphone could come in two variants of 5.7 and 4.7 incher each. We are mighty pleased with the titbit yet wonder what this could mean for the other giants in the big-screen segment, namely Sony and Samsung?
As for Apple’ agenda—it is as clear as letting iOS take away the cream from Android. Being a hard-core Android loyalist myself, I feel my loyalty already on slippery ground. If industry reports are to be believed, then Apple could indeed see beefed up sales post-diversifying into the mainstream territory.
As far as predictions are concerned, we heard news that about 9 per cent of existing users of the iPhone could alter over to another model each quarter. With a bigger and better screen, Apple could prevent this shift in fan-ship towards Samsung or Sony.
We guess, Apple can actually appeal more strongly to the market with the release of this pair for iPhone 6. Despite the Cupertino quartets not budging an official line, we are more or less sure of the news.… Read the rest
The visualized concept image of new Apple smartphone, iPhone 6, shows a phablet in the making that will compete with other similar tablet-smartphone hybrid available in the market.
The image has been visualized by creative Simone Evangelista and Ran Avni, who showed the device being equipped with a 5.5 inch screen display. The phablet-like smartphone is also imagined to feature long volume buttons similar to that of iPad Mini’s, according to Concept Phones.
The body is also appearing similar to the design of iPad Mini but is wider and more elongated than usual. Additionally, the device will have very slim screen bezels. It still has the presence of the Home button that most likely embedded with TouchID fingerprint sensor.
Apple has still not disclosed any official details regarding the specifications and features of the new device. It has been long rumored that the iPhone 6 will come in two variants with different screen sizes. One will have a 4.7 inch screen size, while the other will be having a phablet-style 5.7 inch screen. However, both the versions will feature the faster and better A8 processor, and the upcoming iOS 8.
The release date of iPhone 6 is likely to arrive in June 2014 on the occasion of Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers’ Conference alongside the upcoming iOS 8.
However, it is expected to be postponed as a result of the recent release of much cheaper 8GB iPhone 5C. Meanwhile, other reports have been showing that the new handset will be launched in September or October 2014. … Read the rest
The upcoming flagship smartphone of Apple, iPhone 6, is expected to be one of the most advanced and much awaited devices in the Cupertino brand’s history. With the recent success of iPhone 5C and 5S, lots of expectations are attached with the new Apple smartphone. Since the rumors have surfaced about its release, lots of speculations and downright lies have emerged online regarding its specifications and features.
The new iPhone 6 is expected to be launched around September or October 2014, according to iDigitalTimes. However, it was earlier believed that the smartphone will be launched in June at Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers’ Conference. We bring to you the top 5 killer features that would make you wait for the new device worthwhile.
Some reports say that the new smartphone will have a screen size of 4.7 inches along with a giant Retina+ IGZO display having a 1080P, full-HD resolution. Meanwhile, some reports also suggest that the company can also launch a larger ‘phablet’ style device having a screen size of 5.5-5.7 inches.
The thickness of the new Apple iPhone 6 is likely to be just 0.22 inches along with a pixel density of 389 pixels per inch, according to Sonny Dickson.
It is also reported that the new iPhone 6 will be powered by a new version of iOS – presumably named iOS 8.
The camera quality is expected to be upgraded from 8 megapixels up to nearly 13 megapixels, and we are also expecting to see a jump in storage space to 128GB.
Another exciting feature expected in the new smartphone is that it is going to have a water and dust resistant body, similarly like the Samsung Galaxy S5.
I almost broke my bank to buy the LG Optimus G Pro but then zoomed onto the Apple iPhone 6 set to arrive this June. However, wait—before a while, another quick fave popped up on the mart with Google Nexus 6 and I decided to change my mind again. Here are top 5 reasons to sway towards the Nexus 6-
The Nexus 6 is rumored to come with Gorilla glass and a 5-inch display beefed up with 2K display resolution in high definition.
With a snappy Snapdrgaon of 800-series ad 64-bit chip, the 3GHz closing processor could be a dream come true for smartphone users.
Well to beef things up further the Nexus 6 is said to come with 4 GB RAM. Well, we heard buzz of a 3 GB as well. Either could suffice for me though!
With the latest KitKat version, the Google Nexus 6 could come with an image stabilizer and a high-MP clicker—the number is still under wraps.
The topping on the Nexus 6 cake is he amazing battery life it could have. The battery is set to be of 3200 or 3000 mAh variant.
Lots of reports have appeared in the online world related to the release date of Apple’s new flagship device, iPhone 6, but now the spotlight has been shifted to its features and specifications. The new smartphone would reportedly be having several exciting and new features, including temperature, pressure and humidity sensors.
Samsung had already installed barometer, temperature and humidity sensors in its already launched Galaxy S4. It was earlier believed that iPhone 5S would be having these similar features but it never happened. Apple has now made up its mind to introduce these features in its upcoming flagship device.
Sun Chang Xu, analyst at ESM-China, has mentioned that Apple will take the next step in the “sensor department” by installing pressure, temperature and humidity sensors. It has also been reported earlier that the iPhone 6 would come with a Healthbook application that will show health stats like blood pressure, heart rate, hydration, glucose levels and others.
iPhone 6 is likely to have plenty of new features upon its release and will give run for money to its close competitor Samsung in the smartphone market.
iPhone 6 is believed to be available in a 4.7/4.8′ or 5.5′ display having a pixel resolution of 1920×1080 and pixel density of 440ppi, or a 2272×1280 pixel resolution and 510ppi pixel density. The smartphone would be powered by A8 chip (64-bit) and would operate on iOS 7.2, according to South Korean brokerage KDB Daewoo Securities. Apple’s upcoming flagship smartphone is also likely to have more exciting features, including scratch-free sapphire crystal glass screen.