New iPhone to come sooner than expected

New iPhone to come sooner than expected

It is not a secret that there will be a new iPhone model this year. The device will be called iPhone 6 and will be Apple’s new flagship smartphone. The new company product is expected this fall but the latest news about Apple and the iPhone 6 suggest that the device will appear sooner than expected.

The Taiwanese online source Economic Daily News now claims that there will be two versions of the iPhone 6 to come out this year. They will appear on the market with a time gap of one month and will sport different sized displays. Thus the smaller 4.7-inch iPhone 6 will arrive in August 2014, while the larger 5.5-inch iPhone 6 will debut in September.

The devices will be made by the Taiwanese maker of mobile communication and computer devices Pegatron with a 15 per cent share and Foxconn, which will make the other 85 per cent. Apple expects to release up to 60 million iPhone 6 smartphones by the end of the year.

As of now there is no information on the hardware specs and prices of the two iPhone 6 versions.

Source: Economic Daily News

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