Almost as soon as Apple released its iPhone 5S, attention turned to its next mobile phone – the iPhone 6.
Now new rumours expect the device to come in two size variants and speculate that it could arrive in June this year – just a few months away.
According to Chinese tech analyst Sun Changxu, who spoke to the QQ.com website, a smaller version of the iPhone 6 will measure 4.7 inches wide and will be unveiled at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in June.
However, for those that think that bigger is better, the insider has good news. The analyst said that a larger iPhone will also be released, measuring 5.7 inches, which is a size that we’ve heard before.
This would mark significant changes for Apple as not only has it never offered such large handset before, it also has never given users a choice in size for the same iPhone. In the past, we’ve always seen the Cupertino company use the WWDC as a chance to launch software, rather than new devices – marking another possible shift.
Posted by Simon Thomas