IPhone 6C Release Is In November

Posted: Aug 21 2015, 7:55am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 21 2015, 8:00am CDT, in News | Apple

 
iPhone 6C Release is in November

iPhone 6C rumors went from dead to alive and kicking. According to China Times report Apple's manufacturing partner Foxconn is starting to prepare production lines for the iPhone 6C.

10 days ago famous leaker @evleaks tweeted that Apple will unveil not only the iPhone 6S but also the iPhone 6C at the September 9 event. This might still turn out correct, but China Times says that Apple would ship the iPhone 6C in November.

The iPhone 6S and 6S Plus are expected to ship already in September.

The report claims that the iPhone 6C has a 4-inch screen, Touch ID, NFC (Apple Pay), Gorilla glass and a plastic body as the current iPhone 5C. So far only a battery has leaked that is likely from the iPhone 6C. We have not seen any other parts. This is in stark contrast to the iPhone 6S. Almost all parts have been leaked. The iPhone 6S rear shell has already taken the bend test and convinced.

Soft6 created a nice render of the iPhone 6C based on the rumored features.

Apple has not updated the iPhone 5C last year. The focus was on the new bigger iPhones. There is still demand for smaller smartphones. The iPhone 6C would complete Apple's smartphone offering.

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