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Apple Rumored to Reveal Bigger iPad and iPhone in the Upcoming Year

Dec 23 2013, 11:23am CST | by , in News | Apple

Apple Rumored to Reveal Bigger iPad and iPhone in the Upcoming Year
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Apple is reportedly revealing the new model of iPhone in May 2014 and a new version of iPad in October 2014

The speculation about Apple releasing the new devices in the next year has been strengthened again, as Digi Times states that the Cupertino company is reportedly releasing not only new iPad but also iPhone with an enhanced size in 2014.

According to Apple Balla, the new 12.9-inch iPad, expected to be released in October 2014, has been reportedly built with a view to conquer the educational market of North America. Apple is also rumored to plan replacing the 11-inch MacBook Air with the larger iPad. Nonetheless, to enhance the features of the next model of iPad, Quanta Computer has been rumored to be employed who is expected to handle the construction of different significant components.

In case of the iPhone 6, expected to be revealed in May 2014, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) is strongly expected to provide the significant chips, as it has recently agreed on a three year partnership with Apple for producing the A-Series chips. However, besides the larger screen, the iPhone 6 is reportedly going to be revealed with the A8 chip.

It will be really interesting to see if the speculation will really match with the next versions of iPhone and iPad, and how well the devices will do in the highly competitive technological market.

 

 


 

 

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