IPhone 6 Is Rumored To Come In May 2014

Posted: Dec 24 2013, 2:50am CST | by , Updated: Dec 24 2013, 3:29am CST, in News | Apple

iPhone 6 is Rumored to Come in May 2014
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Apple is rumored to launch a large size iPhone 6 in May 2014. The iPhone 6 is also said to use a 20nm processor manufactured by Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC).

Will Apple break its tradition of releasing new iPhones in fall? I do not think so. But some supply sources told Digitimes that Apple is planning to launch its new iPhone 6 in May 2014. It means that the iPhone 6 will arrive earlier this summer instead of in the fall season.

But it is a weak prediction. Since the current iPhone 5S is quite a hit right now, it is breaking the sales records of the previous iPhone in many regions. And I do not think that the iPhone 5S will become outdated in just five months. So I think Apple will launch the iPhone 6 in the usual fall season.

And we have already told you that iPhone 6 will not be curved.But it is said to have a 20nm processor manufactured by Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC). And the iPhone 6 will be larger in size than the iPhone 5S. It means that Apple will follow its rival Samsung's trend of launching smartphones with big display screens.

Actually the large screens are an “In” thing right now. And smart phones with larger displays are in demand too. So Apple might want to compete with Samsung with regard to this factor by launching a large screen iPhone. Of course, the iPhone 6 will be faster than the iPhone 5S. No details about the rumored specs of the iPhone 6 are known just yet.

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