Apple to Out New Second-Gen iWatch & a 4-Inch iPhone 6C, Specifications, Features, Rumors
If reports are to be believed Apple has set all to launch new versions of the iWatch and iPhone 6 may have in forthcoming an event slated to be in next year March.
An insider also has revealed that American multinational technology company, a second-generation iWatch scheduled to be released in coming March while its shipments will be done about 30 days after its launch.
Here comes an another reveal which is being done in latest reports that Cupertino, California based company will continue its smaller 4-inch displays in mobile devices, as it was designed in iPhone 5 in 2012 as well was seen in iPhone 5S and sixth-generation iPod touch too.
Apple is going to roll out the original model first on sale about year after, though a new iPhone 6C with a 4-inch display will also be unveiled at the coming March event.
Some of the latest reports it has been claimed that iPhone 6C will have no more new features but may have to come with new A9 chip. It also said that the earlier iPhone camera features will be part of 6C while other would be same as the iPhone 5S and iPhone 6S.
Some of the analysts have revealed that iPhone 6C to be equipped with a bumpy design and improvised battery, while will be sold at heavy price of $99.
The iPhone 6C would allow the tech giant to continue using smaller 4-inch displays in mobile devices, a feat that was first introduced with the iPhone 5 in 2012 and is still seen in the iPhone 5S and sixth-generation iPod touch. Some Apple users prefer the smaller size instead of the 4.7-inch iPhone 6S and the iPhone 6S Plus’ 5.5-inch displays, given that the devices are easier to hold in one hand.