Apple fans are already expecting an iPhone 6. But one analyst believes the next-generation iPhone won't be coming until June of 2014.
According to Jefferies analyst Peter 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 display technology."
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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.
Source: Financial Post