More iPhone 6 rumors this morning, according to a recent report, production of the iPhone 6 will start in July, and the handset will launch in September.
Apple will launch two different versions of the iPhone 6, one with a 4.7 inch display, the other with a 5.7 inch display, the 4.7 inch model is said to go on sale some time in September.
Apple’s iPhone 6 production will apparently begin in July with the 4.7 inch model, the 5.7 inch model is expected to launch later in the year, and production of this larger iPhone will apparently commence in September.
As well as the new larger displays, the iPhone 6 will come with a new version of Apple’s mobile OS, Apple iOS 8, this will also come with a range of features to work with the new Apple iWatch.
Apple are expected to use sapphire glass for the iPhone 6 display, this will make the screen much more resistant to scratches than the current iPhone display, this will also be used in the iWatch.
Apple will debit their new 64-bit mobile processor in the iPhone 6, the Apple A8 which is said to come with a 2.6GHz clock speed, we presume the handset will also get more RAM than the existing iPhone 5S.
We are looking forward to seeing the next generation iPhone, and finding out whether or not the iPhone 6 rumors about the two different display sizes are correct.
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