Apple is creating the breaking news of this day. This is seriously a hot news. In 2013, Apple launched two iPhones and that was the first time they did and now, it looks like the Cupertino will do that again. Today, a news has poured in which says, Apple is set to launch the iPhone 6 in August, a month ahead of the expected launch. This is not the last word about iPhones of this year, the company is going to announce a much bigger iPhone in September as well.
The Apple iPhone 6 is going to have a 4.7-inch display and the fan boys are surely going to take a big sigh as they expected this year’s iPhone to be big and it is going to be big this year.
The iPhone 6 with a 4.6-inch display will look quite big as compared to the 4-inch iPhone 5S. So, it will make a lot of difference. It is surely going to give a tough competition to the Samsung Galaxy S5, Note 4(if launched) and many more hot phones of this year. This device is going to run on the iOS 8 operating system.
The big thing is, Apple’s launch regarding the 5.5-inch iPhone in September, just a month after the launch of their iPhone 6. The name of that phablet has not been guessed yet, but we can ho for the iPhone Air. The news is obviously coming from an anonymous based source from Taiwan where the new iPhones are developed. The new iPhone 6 is going to come with a good ppi and we can see a lot of new features in this device as well.
This is not the very first time that we are hearing about a 4.7-inch iPhone 6. The rumors are coming since, last year and we think it will be true. In the new iPhone, we can see the new Apple A8 chipset and it will be the company’s latest taking on the Exynos and other processors.
The analysts have been saying that the bigger iPhone will help Apple to gain the hot seat and it will drive it through Samsung and other big companies The share of Apple in the smartphone sector has declined and many believe, small screens lead to that. Anyway, we are surely going to witness the bigger iPhone 6 this year. So, stay tuned while we are covering more details from the tech world.