In the world of iPhone 6 speculations, the narrative thus far has been that Apple is focusing on 2 designs: one with a 4.7-inch display and one with a 5.5-inch display. Both would include similar specifications, much like the iPad Air and Retina iPad mini.
However, for those wanting the latter model, supply chain chatter has pointed out that battery problems may push the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 release into next year. But as per a new report, Apple has fixed the problems and is back on track. Earlier reports have said Apple is looking to develop a total of 80 million iPhone 6 devices in 2014. If true, that would mean a majority of them would be on the 4.7-inch model-which, for what it’s worth, was the trendiest in our non-scientific poll.
Additionally to bigger, higher resolution displays, the iPhone 6 is said to include a new iPad-like design, a faster A8 processor, an enhanced camera with picture stabilization, and different new sensors. The phone is likely to be launched in September.