Apple’s next-generation iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus will be available to pre-order on Friday, September 11, ahead of a launch on September 18, according to new information that has been leaked by a French carrier. These dates corroborate those we’ve heard from recent reports.
Apple really is working on a “low-cost” iPhone 6c, and it will be available before the end of the year, according to a new report from Kevin Wang, Technology Research Director at IHS in China.
Apple is planning to add a third smartphone to its iPhone 6s lineup which will include a 5-inch Full HD display, according to a new report, citing Foxconn insiders. The handset’s size will make it an ideal option for those who find the existing iPhone 6 too small, and the iPhone 6 Plus too big.
Recent reports have claimed that Apple was planning to launch a 4-inch version of iPhone 6 this year but has scrapped the idea. The earliest Apple could launch a 4-inch ‘iPhone 7c’ will be in 2016 to replace iPhone 5s.
‘iPhone 6s’ and ‘iPhone 6s Plus’ production delayed by 1-2 weeks; still on track for September unveiling
Apple’s upcoming iPhone 6c will take advantage of advanced “FinFET” processors to deliver increased performance alongside greater power efficiency, a new report claims. But the device won’t be launching this fall as originally anticipated.
Late last month, the folks behind Nowhereelse shared images of what is allegedly the battery that will be used inside the “iPhone 6c.”