The next gen iPhone will be unveiled later this year. Nobody is sure whether the next gen iPhone is going to be iPhone 5S or iPhone 6. What we do know is that accurate information will be available to all on 10th June when the World Wide Developer’s Conference will be held.
On the internet, many are speculating on the design and features of the next gen iPhone. A YouTube user Sonitdac has uploaded a video which shows an iPhone 6 which appears similar to iPhone 5 in appearance. The rendered device has a stand which helps in elevating the iPhone to certain degree.
The video also shows the device projecting a virtual keyboard along with trackpad on the desk where the iPhone 6 is kept. It also works as a projector that displays the contents of the phone on the wall. You need to view the video to know more about the speculated iPhone 6 device. Many may consider the video as fake but the features shown in the video may be the features we will be able to see in the next gen iPhone.
The iPhone 6 is also going to feature a faster CPU, newer operating system i.e. iOS7, enhanced retina display, support for NFC, 4G connectivity, and better Wi-Fi connectivity range. Rumors also have it that Apple will be releasing variants of the forthcoming iPhone. The speculated names of the variants include iPhone 6 Mini and iPhone 6XL. It is also believed that the iPhone 6 will be featuring a sapphire crystal Home button which will conceal a fingerprint reader inside it.
The next gen iPhone 6 is expected to be slimmer than all the previous editions of iPhone. It is expected to sport IGZO screen display from Sharp and come with a mammoth internal storage of 128GB. It will be able to snap stunning photos and videos through the 13MP camera. The next gen iPhone is expected to hit the stands in the month of September. However, we are not sure whether the upcoming iPhone is iPhone 5S or iPhone 6.
Tech analysts are of the view that the next gen iPhone is still in the pipeline because Apple is facing production related issues. Another report has revealed that Apple has already sent required components and materials to Chinese suppliers for manufacturing the forthcoming iPhone.