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Apple’s iPhone 6 line will support faster Wi-Fi

Aug 7 2014, 2:12pm CDT | by , in News | Apple

Apple’s iPhone 6 line will sport faster Wi-Fi
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The screen will be harder than previously featured Gorilla Glass and the Wi-Fi will bump up to 802.11ac

As we are nearing the official announcement date for the Apple iPhone 6, we are getting more leaks on the phone. So far we know for sure that Apple is going to release two different versions of the iPhone 6; one would be the smaller 4.7 inch version while the other would be the bigger 5.5 inch phablet version. The debate is still going on as to whether or not we will be seeing the two versions together on Apple’s September event. Most of the sources are claiming that the 4.7 inch version of the phone will be ready to ship by the mid of September however the 5.5 inch phablet variant will have to wait for a few weeks more.

Among the much leaked information was the sapphire glass announcement for the iPhone 6 which are known to be ultra durable and we have already witnessed the effectiveness of this sapphire glass with all those quality tests on the iPhone 6. It has been reported that the iPhone 6 screens are not going to be as hard as sapphire but they will be harder than the previously employed Gorilla Glass. Moreover, the phones are expected to feature the A8 chip which is going to run at a frequency of 2.0 GHz per core and will generate a faster response time and graphics rendering in the new phones.

According to the reports even the Wi-Fi is going to get its bump with faster flavor of Wi-Fi, 802.11ac. In all the previous iPhones the Wi-Fi features had come from Broadcom but this time Apple is apparently working on its own Wi-Fi.

source: venturebeat

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