The Next Generation iPhone

Photo credit: Highsnobiety
Photo credit: Highsnobiety

iPhone 6 rumors continue to swirl, and a new one says the Apple smartphone will be released in June or July 2014, conflicting another report from a Chinese tech site saying it will come out in October 2014.

Apple has not given any indication of an iPhone 6 release date or even the specific name of a new smartphone.

According to the Investors Business Daily, Susquehanna Financial Group analyst Mehdi Hosseini wrote in a research note that the phone will likely come out in June or July 2014.

The Apple Worldwide Developers Conference coincides with the June release date, and tech companies usually announce new products during such events.

“Although there is no color yet on the iPhone 6 specs, our recent checks in Taiwan and Korea suggest Apple has already begun negotiating with its memory suppliers to secure capacities,” the note reads.

The iPhone 6 is “actually expected to be a more meaningful product refresh,” Hosseini said. However, C Technology reported that the phone will come out in October, which is consisted with release dates for previous iPhone models. The iPhone 5s came out in September 2013.

Last week, Apple was granted patents to make convex, or curved, screens, which could be used for the iPhone 6. The patent, according to CNET, says that Apple has found a way to make curved sensor displays that won’t get damaged easily.

Tech website MacRumors suggested that the screen size of the next iPhone offering will be larger.

“Apple has been experimenting with a wide variety of screen sizes, with rumors suggesting a range of 4.7 inches to 5.7 inches, bringing the next iPhone in line with competing Android and Windows phones that have all adopted larger displays,” it says.

One Comment Add yours

  1. Madison says:

    Great blog here! And Merry Christmas!


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