It looks like tech giant Apple is all set to begin the production of the next iPhone/the new iPhone/iPhone 5S/iPhone 6 (we don’t know what it’s going to be called, really) next month for the preparation of its June/July release date. Jefferies analyst Peter Misek is convinced that Apple is currently testing two new iPhone prototypes, one of which is the next gen iPhone while the other is the rumoured cheaper iPhone.
He also said that the next gen iPhone will boast a 4.8-inch screen, a super HD camera, way massive internal storage of 128 GB, Near Field Communication (NFC), and a better battery. The “cheaper” iPhone, on the other hand, is basically going to be a low-cost iPhone likely to have a polycarbonate case with a 4-inch non-Retina Display and no LTE.
The two iPhones is expected to launch this year; one in second quarter of 2013 and another in third/fourth quarter of 2013. This is also backed by the reports that Apple might switch to a six-month cycle instead of a one-year cycle in terms of launches/releases. The tech giant also thought likely to make its seventh-generation handset available in a host of new colour options, including pink, yellow, blue, green, purple, silver, red, and slate.
These are of course just predictions as Apple has always loved and are extremely good at keeping secrets. Well, save for that great big iPhone 4 leak.
In any case, yes, Apple. Time to buck up and go head-on with aggressive competitors!