Date: Wednesday, June 25th, 2014, 11:41
Category: iPhone, Rumor
If there’s a rumor out there, there’s generally some kernel of truth to it.
Per The Mac Observer, Apple is reportedly planning on launching the still unannounced iPhone 6 on September 19, according to sources speaking with the Chinese media. The company’s track record makes a September release plausible, but albeit the unnamed sources and vagaries make this less than certain.
What’s currently presumed is that the next iPhone will come in two sizes with a 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch display, a redesigned body that follows the iPad mini and iPad Air design, improved cameras, and faster processors.
The current rumor mill has it that Apple’s manufacturing partners are ramping up factory worker hires in a serious way also support the idea that the next iPhone launch is coming soon. Foxconn is said to be hiring 100,000 new workers to build the iPhone 6, and Pegatron is increasing its workforce by 30 percent.
Stay tuned for additional details as they become available.