Apple May Unveil iPhone 6 In The Phablet Territory
Here we go again, according to an analyst from China, Apple is looking to launch a couple of big screen phones at the WWDC. This rumor comes just after another which claimed the next Apple iPhone would be following in it's ancestor's footsteps by sporting a 4-inch display.
Apple 4.7 & 5.7 Inch Phones Incoming?
A Earlier report pointed that the iPhone 6 which may sport a 4.7 inch screen will have a panel of 1280 x 720 pixels, a tad low by today's standards. The 5.7 inch version may reportedly have a Full HD display resolution. These smartphones are expected to be unveiled at the Worldwide developers conference which will take place in June. Apple desperately needs to launch phones with varying screen sizes to align with the current public requirement.
Rumours point out that the camera in the 4.7 inch iPhone 6 will be a 8MP sensor based one, backed by a lens of f/1.8 aperture. The bigger the aperture, the more light can fall on the sensor for better imaging in low light. The iPhone 6 is expected to house an improved version of the 64 bit based A7. Expect Apple to finally bump up the RAM from 1GB.
This may be bad news for someone and good news for another. Apple is finally rethinking it's strategy with releasing bigger screen sized phones. All rumours point to this, however fragile this rumour may be, we sincerely hope it comes true.