March 30, 2014
Forget the 'iWatch" or iTunes coming to Android. That new Apple TV killer coming from Amazon? Put it out of your mind. Focus instead this week on Apple's bread and butter: the iPhone.
All About The “iPhone 6”Whispers about Apple’s next iPhone are reaching a fever pitch — as they always do when the calendar in the U.S. turns to spring. Much can change between now and when Apple launches the “iPhone 6,” of course. Nonetheless, we’ve reached the point in the iPhone development calendar when rumors about Apple's next handset begin to merge and overlap. Here are six things about the next iPhone that are probably correct:
Some unanswered questions:
- It will feature a 4.7-inch, 5-inch, or 5.5-inch screen.
- That screen will be made of sapphire glass, the same material found on the home button on the iPhone 5s.
- The next iPhone’s biggest new feature will be a health and fitness app, which will integrate very nicely with Apple’s “iWatch.”
- The camera on the iPhone 6 will be better than the one on previous models. However, megapixels are less of a priority for Apple than overall image quality.
- The handset will arrive with an Apple A8 processor, and a next-generation coprocessor.
- Samsung will remain a key iPhone parts supplier.
- Will Apple unveil two new iPhones this year or only one?
- Is this the year Apple finally unveils a 128GB iPhone?
- What will be the color choices be? Platinum anyone?
- Could This Be The Display Apple Uses In Its iPhone 6?
- Are the prices for the iPhone going to rise?
- When will the iPhone 6 launch?
Apple has now sold 500 million iPhone units since 2007.