Monday, 14 July 2014

Apple Rumored to Delay 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Launch Date Until 2015

While users expected to see iPhone 6 launch date this September for both 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch models, it looks like Apple is going to pause with the second version. iPhone 6 delay has been rumored by Ming-Chi Kuo analyst from KGI Securities who says that company will have to produce this bigger iPhone in 2015.
In other words, the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 release date will be the next year because of the problems with its production. Mr. Kuo has a long track of predictions for the “fruit” products that came true. According to him, iPhone 6 delayed 2015 is caused by production issues and this smartphone might appear in October 2014 or after Christmas.

The exact iPhone 6 delivery date is not known for both models. We only can believe predictions which are set for September at least for the 4.7-inch smartphone. Kuo mentiones that Apple faces supply limits with this device, and there are not panels for the 5.5-inch handset along with with issues with casing colors.

This new-gen cell phone will have a new A8 processor, a slim design, some button relocations, sapphire-glass screen and a lot of other features. Some rumors mention that the new chip will offer the clock speed of 2GHz. It might even be faster.

This is an improved processor. The fast iPhone 5S has the 1.3 GHz chip and the next gen device will be even faster.

We’ve seen a lot of leaks of the future handset. Apple might surprise us this fall releasing two version of its next smartphone or really postpone the launch of the iPhone 6 with a 5.5-inch display until 2015.

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