Two iPhone 6 Models, One Launch Event in September!

Rafia Shaikh
Posted Jun 24, 2014
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Against all odds, Apple will make sure to have both the new iPhone 6 models ready for a September launch, reports claim. A constant stream of analysis, insiders reports, leaked images, and speculations have strongly suggested that Apple is considering two iPhone models this year: a 4.7-inch and the other 5.5-inch iPhone 6.iphone 6 models

While we have seen quite a number of reports suggesting that Apple is having troubles with 5.5-inch iPhone 6 production with increased costs and production mess-ups, recent report indicates that Apple is gearing up for a September launch of both these variants despite production woes.

iPhone 6 models ready for September release:

Earlier we reported that the larger iPhone 6 may not be released this year and perhaps would see a separate, later launch event. However, Bloomberg reports that against initial rumors, Apple is sending both the iPhone 6 models in production next month in July and will be ready for a simultaneous release in September, 2014.

According to the report, new iPhones will be thinner and rounder – as previously reported in different leaks – and will have enhanced sensors that can detect different levels of pressure. This report from Bloomberg technically gives more hope to those who were eyeing for the larger, 5.5-inch iPhone 6 model.

This year, Apple is aiming to play a full-on game with both the iPhone 6 models being new in the market. Currently, the iPhone 5s measures around 4-inches which is way smaller than its Android rivals. Cupertino tech giant is gearing up to change the equation with not just one, but two larger iPhone 6 models. Whether, they will receive a positive feedback or not is a different question. However, Apple will prove it’s still in the innovation playing zone with taking risks not previously taken.

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