The question is of course what will be the big thing in the iPhone 6. It will not be a curved display according to the Korean Herald
. I could not care less. I do not think a curved display is doing anything for usability. If we get to the point to fold or roll up our iPhone, then I see the benefit of flexible displays.
The iPhone 6 needs to have something else. It is likely featuring a bigger display than the iPhone 5S. It will be of course againfaster and possibly even thinner. Maybe it finallygets rid of the physical home button. I would like to see a single smooth surface on the iPhone 6 and it definitely does not to be curved.
The iPhone 6 isn’t even out yet and it already has a few clones that mimic its appearance and software very well, with 9to5Google having found a new video hands-on demo of one such device. While the clone is based on the leaked dummy iPhone 6 units that flooded the Internet and is fully working, it's not actually running iOS 8. Instead, it's running an Android version that has been customized to look just like iOS.
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China media sources (via GforGames) report that mass production of Apple's 4.7-inch iPhone is underway ahead of the phone's expected fall launch. These same sources claim the 5.5-inch version of the iPhone 6 has not entered mass production, further suggesting that the launch timeframe for this larger iPhone model is still uncertain. Besides the iPhone 6, Apple also is preparing the next-generation iPad Air and Retina iPad mini for mass production starting in September. Apple is exp ... Source: MacRumors
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The iPhone 6 will be the most radical redesign in iPhone history. Central to that will be the move to larger 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch displays and central to convincing us this is a good idea will ... Source: I4U NewsFull article at: I4U News46 minutes ago
VideoThe iPhone 6 will be the most radical redesign in iPhone history. Central to that will be the move to larger 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch displays and central to convincing us this is a good idea will be Apple’s use of sapphire displays. But what is a sapphire display ... Source: Forbes
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This chart comes from Katy Huberty of Morgan Stanley. It's based on her reading of Apple's latest quarterly filing with the SEC. She says the off-balance sheet commitments "confirm major product ramps later this year." As you can see, it would therefore also confirm Apple's revenue is going to explode. What is an "off-balance sheet commitment"? Huberty says the off-balance sheet commitments are for third-party manu ... Source: The Business Insider
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Apple is gearing up for the launch of the iPhone 6 in September, and has reportedly placed a massive order of between 70 and 80 million units -- far more than any previous iPhone launch. As we've previously reported, the iPhone 6 will step up to a much larger 4.7-inch screen with a sapphire front panel -- but curiously, there's now a very solid rumor that there will also be an iPhone 6 with a 5.5-inch screen. At first blush, a 5.5-inch iPhone 6 sounds utterly crazy, but it ... Source: Extreme Tech
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As summer edges on and Apple CEO Tim Cook drops his latest hint about new and upcoming products, it’s time to start looking to the fall—and, with the change of the seasons, the next generation of Apple’s iPhone. Based on the pattern years past, it’s exceedingly likely we’ll see the next version of the company’s smartphone arrive sometime in the next three months. But what will that handset look like? What new features will it sport?
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