Thursday, July 31, 2014

Apple to launch iPhone 6 on October 14.

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"iPhone 6" Concept by Ciccarese Design.

In addition to the rumours and assumptions related to Apple's greatly expected "iPhone 6" unveiling, a doubtful report on earlier today claims that Apple to launch iPhone 6 on October 14.

MacRumors, in a report quoting an internal Apple Retail Store meeting, suggests that the Cupertino-based giant might be planning to launch the much anticipated iPhone 6 on October 14, which happens to be a Tuesday - a day when Apple habitually makes its declarations, followed by the release generally the same Friday.

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Though the new iPhone 6 may first appear in October assuming this information is on the money, Apple in point of fact would introduce the phone at an occasion planned for September 16, according to the source.

For the past many years, Apple has usually unveiled the new iPhone in September and then launched it before the month ends. That line of attack has allowed the company to apply sales of a new iPhone to the September quarter to help increase economic results before the quarter comes to an end. Launching the iPhone 6 in October would put a depression in Apple's economic fourth-quarter results.

Apple is likely to launch two redesigned iPhone 6 models that are a 4.7-inch iPhone 6 and 5.5-inch iPhone 6 with many look forward for a slimmed-down profile, superior components like an "A8" processor and perhaps more committed storage. A believed iPhone 6 logic board leak last week suggested the insertion of 802.11ac Wi-Fi and NFC support, though the rumour is unconfirmed.

According to MacRumors' source, Apple wants to push release up earlier in the week because of high customer demand and heavy supply of the product as a result of greater than before production.

Recently, a report suggested that because of production issues the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 launch might be pushed to December. Besides, the report also said Apple would introduce its long-rumoured smartwatch  (rumoured to be called iTime), together with the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 (also rumoured to be called the iPhone Air), in December.

Also Read: Why 5.5-inch iPhone 6 won't be launched with 4.7-inch iPhone 6.

While it is not clear why Apple changed its tradition and is waiting for October to lash out its brand new smart phone. In addition to a larger screen, both versions of the iPhone 6 are likely to feature a thinner side view, a faster A8 processor, and an enhanced camera.


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