Weekly email of our best stuff
Hello and welcome to contact us page at eProfits
How can we help you today?
A new report from Taiwan's Economic Daily News (via Reuters) reveals that the highly anticipated new versions of iP...
A new report from Taiwan's Economic Daily News (via Reuters) reveals that the highly anticipated new versions of iPhone 6, the 4.7-inch and the 5.5-inch models, will be available in August and September of this year, respectively. Apple doesn't specify which markets will receive the phones first. These dates and details may represent a new strategy from Apple, as the company has launched the past three versions of the phone in September or October.
The phone’s proposed changes may come as a result of the need to compete with Samsung's large screens. Also, increasing the iPhone's screen size from 4 to 5.5 inches means that Apple will grant the wishes of consumers for larger display sizes. Apple is planning to produce 80 million iPhone 6 units this year.
The phone displays are expected to have 441ppi pixel density, unlike the 326ppi that iPhone 5 had. Both phones will feature exciting new sapphire displays, which Apple recently began manufacturing in China. A new, slimmer and more circular design than iPhone 5 is planned, and an upgrade of the camera from 8 to 10 megapixels is also on the way.
The new phones are supposed to be packed with a more advanced version of Apple's iOS software, that will have its announcement at WWDC this June. Taking into consideration Apple's dedicated interest in health and fitness, a brand-new health and fitness application called Healthbook will be featured on the phone. Furthermore, other modifications include new and improved mapping and transit data, as well as new iCloud development tools. So it is just a couple of more months that we have to wait so we can get ahold of the new iPhone 6.