Apple iPhone 6 set to land in September in two different sizes
Apple's competitors have raised their game with the recently unveiled HTC One M8, Samsung Galaxy S5 and Sony Xperia Z2 all being well-received . That's placed increasing pressure on the iPhone 5S and the upcoming iPhone 6, which is due to be unveiled by Apple later this year.
The Apple iPhone 6 will touchdown in September and will be available in a choice of either a 4.7 or 5.5-inch display, at least that's according to sources inside Apple's supply chain who spoke to the Japanese website Nikkei.
Their source also revealed that the screen resolution would be 'significantly higher' than that of the iPhone 5S (1136 x 640 pixels). That would put Apple's smartphone in line with the current crop of Android flagships which come with 1920*1080p (or full HD) displays.
Production of the displays for Apple's iPhone 6 are due to ramp up shortly at Sharp and Japan Display - who've apparently already been awarded contracts to produce the touch-screen displays alongside LG. While, the a TouchID sensor is also about to enter production.
The Apple iPhone 6 is set to revolutionise iPhone design in a similar way that iOS 7 did to Apple's iOS platform. We recently came up five things we want to be included in the iPhone 6 and you can check them out here.
Want to get an idea of how the iPhone 6 could look? Checkout all the latest concept designs here.
All content and images are copyright © 2009 3G.co.uk all rights reserved