Apple is expected to release next iPhone in early 2016 but according to rumours, Apple has apparently set the following iPhone release date as soon as February 2016 but not for the iPhone 7. This time with the classic 4-inch display with a price tag of less than $500. It is rumoured to be known as iPhone 6C or 7C.
In accordance with KGI Securities analyst Ming-Shi Kuo, the iPhone manufacturing company is starting a new 4-inch smartphone with Apple Pay and an A9 central processing unit and will be known as iPhone 6C or 7C. He has a good track record for reporting on Apple products that are unreleased.
This rumoured mobile could get similarity as well as the display size of an upgraded iPhone 5S with curved edges. Apple iPhone 6S features a 4.7-inch while the 6S plus features a 5.5-inch display.
A metal case accessible in three or two color options is also expected, with cameras from iPhone 5S, reports MacRumors.
It is a well known fact that Android smartphones has huge marketplace and there are many mobiles to choose from if a person wanted to buy a smaller handset. When it comes to iPhone, 5S would be the only option to buy but it was released in 2013. Sony’s Xperia Z5 Compact has a smaller display and up to date specs.
It may also benefit Apple by appealing to some broader consumer base if the smaller iPhone were to be sold in a reduced cost, which would subsequently help the adoption of Apple Pay.
Kuo says there’s still demand in the marketplace for 4-inch smartphones, but he doesn’t anticipate tremendous sales will be generated by the newest mobile.