Friday, 3 April 2015

The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus are only a some months old, but reports are flying in about after generation of Apple iPhones

IPhone The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus are not cool at the door and are currently kicking as and taking names in the smartphone space in terms of sales. Now that they are in nature, attention is directed to what's next on the agenda of Apple. The company has established the custom of throwing one or two phones each year, and we always planned well in advance, so we knew one was coming and iPhone 6S is not surprising that rumors have already begun - truth be told, in any case are a little late, as we were already listening on the iPhone 6 iPhone 5S before even released. What is interesting, however, is that we are also hearing of an iPhone in July.

As it is currently there are two schools of thought about Apple's plans for its line iPhone in 2015: on one side are the 6s iPhone and iPhone 6s Plus and this fit with previous update process tic-tac style company, which Big changes are saved for boxes cycles and smaller incremental adjustments to tock-cycles. However, there are plenty of rumors about Apple abandoned this approach entirely and go directly to iPhone 7. And the reason is pretty much what you'd expect: Apple cares people are getting wise to their ways and worries too many users wait for the iPhone 7 if the 6s launch in 2015, a potential scenario that could damage growth for the year.

Apart from this, there are already a lot of information about what we can expect from the next generation of Apple iPhones. So, without further ado, let's take a look at what the rumor mill says that Apple has in store for us in 2015, right?

6s iPhone and iPhone 7 Release Date: Phased Launch rumored (take with pinch of salt)

Reports suggest that Apple is looking to halve its refresh cycle smartphones in 2015, which means we could watch two iPhone launches in a single year. It is stated that the company is preparing to release potentially telephone - 6s iPhone - watch next Apple during the first half of 2015 and then another - the iPhone in July - instead of the usual end of Q3 iPhone launch; around September.

Previous reports have claimed that Apple is trying to disrupt the 5c iPhone and iPhone 4s, with the production of the winding terminals in the second half of 2015. Apple has yet to comment on the rumor - it never does - and that my partly, no doubt will be sad to see the back of the iPhone 5c.
"The new schedule is expected to stagger the releases of two devices in 2015 to take advantage of sales," reports the Mail Online. "Apple could release the iPhone 6S people who wish to upgrade to a slightly cheaper model, before announcing its flagship iPhone 7 ship in the fall."

There has been little evidence to support claims, however, and although the idea if Apple staggering their releases of mobile phones no kind of sense - which has two periods of different cuts instead of one - which could only be heard another rumor the current "this is what the next iPhone will be like-saga". Still, it is certainly a very interesting turn of events: would stagger the release of mobile means more sales?

"Rumors abound that Apple is preparing to get rid of this pattern - iPhone to iPhone Xs X - and go directly to iPhone 7. The main reason cited for this change in strategy is that the" range S "is thought to be more -market down the model that preceded it, and Apple is very focused on being a company of high quality products, "reports PC Pro." We're still not sure about this rationale, however some of the rumors around major redesigns the next phone to be released could point to the implementation of a set of renumbering of the phone. it's probably about time. "

According to reports out of China (Weibo and GizmoChina) Apple is preparing to start mass production of 6s iPhone in June 2015, with the goal of having 230 million units ready to ship after its launch in September custom. The reports also reiterate previous rumors that Samsung will produce the new Apple A9 chipset manufacturing process FinFET 14 nanometer, and that the new model pack 2 GB of RAM along capabilites of pressure sensitive touch control.

As for the fate of the iPhone in July it would Appear - AT LEAST if the WSJ and GizmoChina are to be Believed - That Apple will indeed stick with 6s-then-7-update cycle, meaning Those looking for the iPhone 7 Their had better get saving pennies for STI release inside 2016. This Could change, requested, but for now it Seems as if Apple is sticking tick-tock with their schedule update for iPhone. And WHO can blame them? It's been working brilliantly for several years now ....


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