According to Jefferies analystPeter Misek, Apple will most likely announce iPhone 6 next year, particularly in June. Supporting his claim, Misek says that the delay is due to the "time required to transition the device’s displaytechnology."
The analyst adds that the iPhone 5S has already "primed" the suppliers, and since transitions happen at least two or three quarters, an iPhone 6 in June seems plausible.
As for the iPhone 5S, Misek is seeing new colors, a better camera, and a faster processor chip. Note that this is just a prediction, or probably a wild guess. The analyst did not cite insider sources as well. So, until we hear it from Apple, let's keep our guards up.
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