Apple Inc is expected to launch so many new products during its upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) next month. However, there is something that is talking about something that will be coming next year from the manufacturing units of the Cupertino-based tech giant.
Well-known analyst with Jefferies, Peter Misek, foresees the iPhone 6 coming in the second quarter of year 2014. This is not the first time the analyst has come out and predicted the arrival of the iPhone 6, however, this time he comes up with some more information related to some new features going to come with the smartphone.
According to a Financial Post, he also predicts that Apple is going to drop its traditional black and white color scheme and will bring out the device in more colors.
The processor is also said to be faster than the earlier processor. If earlier reports are something to go by, Apple is expected to bring its latest A7 processor with the launch of iPhone 5S during the upcoming WWDC, and the same processor might be found powering the iPhone 6 next year.
Apple has already shifted the manufacturing contract of its processors from Samsung and now the company is relying on Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company.
About the price of the phone, the analyst thinks that the duration between the launch of iPhone 5S, iPhone 6 and the low cost iPhone will have a big impact on the price of the devices.
“While improbable these situations are not impossible if the 5S is received similarly to the 5, the iPhone 6 is costly, and the low-cost iPhone proves to be too high priced,” Misek was quoted by Financial Post as saying.