It has been 9 months since Apple launched an iPhone, and the countdown has started for the manufacturer’s latest. Last September, Apple broke from a six-year tradition by creating a pair of iPhones, as compared to a single model.
As per a number of speculations and leaked pictures, Apple is likely to release 2 cell phones again this year with the launch of the iPhone 6. Both designs are likely to include a significantly larger screen than their predecessors, with both a 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch iPhone 6 likely in the pipeline.
Apple has never launched information about a product’s availability before its formal introduction, but according to the schedule of the launch of iOS 8, expect the Cupertino, California-based firm to release the iPhone 6 once again in mid-September. It was almost 7 years back that Apple launched the first iPhone.
Since then, Apple has maintained a most of the smartphone market in countries like the U.S. and Japan, and regular sales around the globe.