iPhone Rumors: A New 4-Inch iPhone could Launch in February 2016

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iPhone Rumors: A New 4-Inch iPhone could Launch in February 2016

Chinese website TechWeb claims Apple’s rumored “iPhone 6c” could feature a colorful metal design and Touch ID, lack 3D Touch and launch in February 2016. No one knows is these rumors are significant or not. The website also claims that Apple will release a new 4-inch iPhone in early 2016.

The report, citing unnamed “Foxconn insiders” and other various sources, confirms that Apple is working on a new 4-inch iPhone with a “colorful metal body design,” in contrast with the plastic-backed iPhone 5c, but adds that Foxconn has not received orders yet for mass production of the device.

iPhone Rumors: A New 4-Inch iPhone could Launch in February 2016
iPhone Rumors: A New 4-Inch iPhone could Launch in February 2016

 

iPhone 7 Rumors? There are many rumors and statements are coming around regarding Apple’s next devices and future iPhone. A new research report released by KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has stated that apple may launch a new 4-inch iPhone in because there is still a space for that screen.
Apple’s plans about “iPhone 6c” are yet unknown, but the report suggests that Apple will probably unveil the device in January or February of 2016, and says the handset could be priced between $400 and $500 in the U.S.
Mac Otakara  a Japanese website  said that Apple has developed a new 4-inch iPhone with sixth-generation features, including an A8 chip, 802.11ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.1 and an improved FaceTime HD camera with ƒ/2.2 aperture.

Ming-Chi Kuo believes Apple still has a new 4-inch iPhone in the works that “resembles an upgraded iPhone 5s”. The device is said to be targeted for launch in the first half of next year and will come equipped with an A9 processor.

iPhone 7 Rumors? According to Ming-Chi Kuo, the main suppliers for Apple iPhone in 2016 could include Foxconn, which he expects will be the exclusive supplier for the new 4-inch iPhone. Other companies like TSMC, may be the sole provider of the A9 chip used in that phone as well as the A10 chip used in the iPhone 7.

GforGames recently cited a similarly sketchy report claiming Apple is experimenting with at least five different “iPhone 7” models with unique hardware features, reportedly including a USB Type-C connector for headphones, wireless charging technology, multi-Force Touch, dual camera configurations and Touch ID embedded in the display.

 

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