Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) next flagship iPhone 6 is expected to launch in June, according to Chinese analyst Sun Chyang Xu. The iPhone 6 will supposedly be a 4.7 inch phone, and production would start from May, says the analyst. It will have 1136×640 pixel density similar to current iPhone 5S.
Another bigger iPhone later
Analyst also noted that the company could launch a 5.7 inch model later in 2014, as well, which would have higher resolution. As of now, there is no surety that only one or both the phones would have the new VCM OIS patent, which was talked about this month. Two iPhone this year will fall in line with the trend by Apple of releasing two iPhone; 5s and 5c, last year.
Earlier rumors about the production and release date of the iPhone 6 suggested the launch somewhere near or on the same date of Apple’s WWDC on June 10th.
Analysts all over the word are speculating on the screen size of the iPhone 6. Back in October, there were reports suggesting that the iPhone 6 would have a screen size of 5 inches, pegged up from the current 4 inches. Various other analysts said that it would be in the range of 5.7 inches to 6 inches. DisplaySearch recently claimed that the iPhone 6 would have 5.5 inch 1920 pixel by 1080 pixel display. Others speculate that it will be a 4.7-inch with 1136 pixel-by-640 pixel display,
Apple partnering with LG for iWatch display
Last week, while launching iPhone on China Mobile, Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) CEO Tim Cook said “We never talk about future things,” and added “We have great things we are working on but we want to keep them secret. That way you will be so much happier when you see it.” The reply was in response to the screen size of the iPhone 6 and flexible display. He ended up saying that customers should expect some nice updates.
Apart from iPhone, iWatch is also gaining limelight. G for Games suggested that Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) iWatch would be a computerized wristwatch with flexible OLED display from LG. It has been reported that Apple entered into a partnership with LG to make 1.52 inch OELD displays for the watch for which the production will start towards the next half of this year. The iWatch has been in the news for almost a year now, but there is no confirmation from the Apple about the launch and design of the watch.