Launch Of 5.5-Inch IPhone 6 Phablet Likely To Be Pushed Back To 2015

Posted: Jul 14 2014, 3:16pm CDT | by , in News | Apple

Launch Of 5.5-Inch iPhone 6 Phablet Likely To Be Pushed Back To 2015
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The 5.5 inch manufacturers already facing some bottlenecks

It appears that the 5.5-inch Apple iphone 6 "will it, won't it" adventure is set to proceed. It is generally anticipated that the fruit company will proceed with the advancement of the iPhone by presenting another 4.7-inch model and additionally a bigger 5.5-inch "phablet" variant which will bid those people who love a bigger display.

So the most basic question regarding the release isn't whether or not the indicated bigger gadget exists. It is rather about whether Apple and its store network accomplices can immaculately produce the parts vital for the gadget in the obliged amounts. As per Ming-Chi Kuo – an overall regarded industry examiner from KGI Securities – the bigger in-cell touchscreen panel and the upgraded metal packaging that structures the outer surface of the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 are ended up being tricky, implying that a dispatch could be pushed over to 2015.

However, the 4.7 inch variant is still on its path and is scheduled for the fall release and Ming speculates that there is so far no hindrance in this plan. The internal note released on Sunday which provides this information also indicated that that the new manufacturing process that governs the production of the in-cell technology required for the larger device has already hit a show-stopping bottleneck. If all these manufacturing issues are really true then we will have to see the larger iPhone 6 variant getting delayed.

source: redmondpie

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