A number of reputable media outlets have corroborated claims of the iPhone 6 coming in two sizes, but a new research note from KDB Daewoo Securities tells us a lot more about Apple’s much-rumored next-generation iPhone.
- The note claims that the iPhone 6 will come in two screen sizes, 4.7 to 4.8 inches and 5.5 inches, supporting a resolution of 1080p and 2K (2272 x 1280) pixels respectively.
- Apple will reportedly add a 128GB storage option to the iPhone 6
- There’ll be 2GB of RAM
- An 8MP rear-camera, a 3.2MP front camera
- The note also adds that instead of running on iOS 8, the two new iPhones will run on iOS 7.2 and will be launched at WWDC. This seems quite unlikely since Apple usually focuses on iOS software at WWDC, and holds a separate event for iPhone in the September/October timeframe.
The larger screen sizes as well as the increased RAM are much demanded features, so it’s quite exciting to know that these two features could be coming to the iPhone 6. Let us know what you think in the comments below.