Apple may release the iPhone 6 along with a 4.7-inch display at WWDC in June and follow-up with a 5.7-inch iPhone later this year. As per Chinese analyst Sun Chyang Xu, who forecasted the Moto X ahead of time, the new iPhone 6 goes into production next month. He claims this will be a trail production with entire scale production in May – before WWDC in June.
The iPhone 6 includes a 4.7-inch screen which, Chyan Xu claims, will be the same 1136 x 640 resolution display as the present model. A higher resolution will appear on the big 5.7-inch model which will follow later this year. Despite the shift in launch dates expect both to be declared as well at the 10 June WWDC.
That being said Apple was exhausting its effortless progress through distribution expansion as it’s arrived in China. Now it’s likely the fruit giant will need to have more than one phone launch a year – hence the 2 sized devices. Whether that will mean another release event other than WWDC is not clear, but it would be a 1st for Apple.