Apple are expected to make the 4.7 inch iPhone 6 official next month, we had previously heard that the handset would be made by Foxconn and Pegatron for Apple.
Foxconn were reported to be making the majority of the iPhone 6 handsets for Apple, and Pegatron were reported to be making around 15 percent of the total handsets for this year.
Apple will apparently produce a total of 50 million units of the 4.7 inch iPhone 6 before the end of the year, and now according to a recent report, around 25 million of these, or 50 percent of the handset will be made by Pegatron for Apple.
There will also be another iPhone 6 released before the end of the year, the 5.5 inch model, although this is rumored to launch slightly later in the year possibly some time in October or November.
The iPhone 6 is expected to come with a range of hardware upgrades over the current iPhone 6, larger displays will feature in the handsets, as will higher resolutions, and both of the new models of the iPhone are said to come with sapphire glass displays.
Other rumored specifications include a faster processor in the form of the new Apple A8, which is the company’s second generation 64-bit mobile processor, the handsets are also rumored to come with more RAM.
Apple are also expected to launch their new TouchID fingerprint scanner in the iPhone 6, this is said to be more accurate and durable than the current one used in the iPhone 5S.
We are expecting the 4.7 inch iPhone to be made official at a press event on the 9th of September, and the handset is rumored to go on sale on the 19th of September.Filed Under: Apple, Apple iPhone, Top News