If iPhone 6 want to take over the android phone market, then it may to sport a screen size akin to a phablet. Apple’s last offerings including Apple iPhone 5S and iPhone 5 both had a 4-inch screen size. Both the phones didn’t create much stir in the market as Samsung and other Android player captured the market with their bigger screen sized phones.
Looking at the recent success of Samsung Galaxy Note series and Galaxy S4, the trend for bigger screen has set in and it will be more logical for Apple to go with the wind.
According to GottaBeMobile.com, Apple wants to capture the Chinese market and to do so it will have to make major changes and improvement in the screen size.
“As Apple goes global and consumers across the world experience the benefits of larger screens there is more pressure for an iPhone 6 with a bigger screen,” revealed the report by Gotta Be Mobile.com
Even Apple CEO Tim Cook hinted in his latest interview with Bloomberg that Apple is working some spectacular things.
“We have great things we are working on but we want to keep them secret. That way you will be so much happier when you see it,” Bloomberg reported the Apple chief as saying.
Do you think Tim is talking about Apple’s first phablet, iPhone 6 here?
Previously, the Apple iPhone 6 was expected to be released in early 2014 -some time in March. If the launch of the iPhone 6 does take place in March, Apple could get a significant portion of the market. They will also have to compete with Samsung’s Galaxy S5.
According to Cross Map, Apple plans on launching a model with a larger screen in May and is expected to look like a cross between the Galaxy Note 3 and the S4. This screen is expected to be around five inches, a twenty nm processor which could either be an altered version of the A7 chip set or an A8 processor.
These rumors have also been backed from DigiTimes, how had received their news directly from Apple; they had stated that Apple will launch new 5 inch phone in many while iPhone is to expected in October and will have the A8 processor. The iPhone 6 is expected to have a curved and flexible display, an enhanced version of Siri0hwile these rumors are confirmed, the unconfirmed rumors are that the device may have a M7 graphics chip and finger print sensor. Samsung will reportedly help Apple with their processor.
At present, Apple is working on its recent, the best ever iPhone version. It is very difficult to forecast its features, and specs, before its release. The expected date of release is quite confusing and the iPhone fans seem to be very exciting. March or September 2014 has been affixed as the release date of the iPhone 6.
The March launch of the successor of iPhone5s will help Apple to get a good market share in the phablet segment. But the Cupertino organisation is all set to launch the iPhone 6 with a screen of 4.8 inches which is quite larger and broader than the iPhone 5s. it will be just 2 inch smaller than its contemporary S4.
The device boasts of sensational specs. it is said to come with a screen which is quite strong with the ability to chip concrete without even getting one scratch. It is the sapphire glass which surpasses the Gorilla Glass material. The new specs include NFC and eye scanning technique.
The enhanced A7 chip format will come in the iPhone 6. The A7 processor has been seen in iPad Air and iPhone 5s. The A7x chip comes with quad core processor and advanced quad core graphics. The latest patent of Apple includes voice based image tagging and searching that permits the people to tag and sort it out with voice command.
The user just have to tell his iPhone, “its me at the beach” and he tag pictures accordingly. You can also tag pictures and locations based on time. The device will also feature an enhanced Siri which can offer accurate answers to queries.
Another patent filed by Apple is the inclusion of heart rate monitor in the bezel or Apple’s device frame. Apple focuses on biometric and safety with M7 co-processor. Apple also seems to include hover gesture which will make the device stand against GS4 and GS5.… Read the rest
Samsung Galaxy S5 release could happen in April 2014. This reports is contrary to what was earlier claimed. Previously it was rumored that Samsung Galaxy S5 release may happen as early as January.
According to GottaBeMobile, the new claims regarding the April release of Samsung’s new flagship phone have more credibility as tech blogger Eldur Murtazin previous guesses regarding the release of various flagships have deemed true.
A reported by IBtimes.com, according to reports of GottaBe Mobile.com, “April is the sweet spot for Samsung as the GS5 release date on the month will ensure that buyers from all over the world will get hold of the handset on time plus with the variants and specifications (colours, storage configurations, etc.) of their choice.”
Apple is also planning to launch its new flagship iPhone 6 in the first quarter of 2014. If these speculations come true then Samsung Galaxy S5 will go head on with Apple iPhone 6. It is predicted that Samsung Galaxy S5 will come with a slightly wider screen of 5.2 inch and will spot 2560 x 1440 screen resolution with pixel density of 560ppi.
On the other hand Apple iPhone 6, reportedly is going to a phablet. Various rumors have suggested that the phone will come with some enticing features along worth 64-bit CPU, Lytro like service, upgraded camera and best battery life.… Read the rest
All set to start the ball rolling, LG Electronics will begin the mass production of flexible display panels by fourth quarter 2013. Earlier this year, Samsung too uncovered its ‘Youm’ flexible display at the International CES event. Now with LG in line, who’ll supply the flexible display first is going to be an interesting race to watch.
In a statement by LG, the firm announced the application of 4.5th generation glass-cutting technology for the organic light-emitting diode (OLED) flexible displays. It also announced the production capacity of making around 12,000 sheets in a month, which will commence in the second half of 2013.
Touted as being more durable and strong, flexible display panels are designed to easily twist and turn. These innovative displays follow new flexible technology and are thinner and lighter. Smartphones made with these displays will be flexible yet tough and long-lasting.