Apple Could Unveil Next iPhone 6s / 7 In August, Launch To Follow In September; Reports

From KGI Security analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who had already thrown 11 best iPhone 6s features in the recent days also has a respectible track record at reporting on Apple’s upcoming product plans. Today, issued a research note to clients that suggests Apple will announce its next iPhone (6s / iPhone 7) in August just ahead of September launch. More details on the next new iPhone launch can be checked right after this jump.

Point to be noted is that Apple had never chosen the August month for any new iPhone unveil, but gone with the introduction early iPhone models at or around WWDC in June. While the iPhone 4s announced in October 2011 and all subsiquent iPhone models in September. Worth noting that Kuo has sometimes been off wth his launch predictions in the past though.

A copy of the reasearch note was first of all been optained by The China Post, also claims that Foxconn is expected to secure between 60% to 70% of orders to assemble the new iPhones. However, Kuo notes that Foxconn has a bit higher yeild rate for iPhones, gaining it secure the majority of orders, and also adds that the Tiawanese manufacturing company will also serve as the sole assembler of the much-speculated 12.9-inch iPad.

Kuo from KGI Security previously predicted that the priimary seelling point of the next iPhone 6s or 7 will be Force Touch, which was the display technology built into Apple Watch – pressure sensitive, on MackBook trackpads. Tipped other predicted features for the next iPhones, rumored to include an A9 processor with 2GB of RAM, optimized 12MP iSight camera, recently a Rose Gold color varaint of iPhone 6s captured in photos showing a dual-Camera setup, gets improved Touch ID recognition, gesture control support, a new microphone added near the speaker and screen-size may go with a 4-inch aspect ratio. While the 5.5-inch model may be graced with a sapphire glass display, provided certain supply issues are resolved. Could be a limited edition with an added protection, wheraes the mainstream models will come with the Ion-X glass currently employed.


(Source: MacRumors)

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