We round up everything there is to say about the iPhone 6 including release date and new features
The iPhone 6 is one of the most anticipated smartphones of 2014, and with Apple’s iPhone 5s now close to nine months old, iPhone 6 rumours are coming in fast. We’ve collected all of those rumours into one place, so you’ll know everything there is to know about the iPhone 6 until Apple actually announced the device in the coming months. We’ve investigated the possible iPhone 6 release date, iPhone 6 price rumours, spec rumours and new iPhone 6 features. We’ve also got some iPhone 6 pictures to show you.
This is the place where we present to you some of the more (and less) plausible iPhone 6 release date and new feature rumours from around the web. Continue reading to find out more about the iPhone 6 release date and its new features.
The latest iPhone 6 rumors clearly point to a 4.7-inch iPhone later this year, and retailers are eager to avoid a summer slow down as consumers start thinking of waiting for the iPhone 6 or the Galaxy Note 4. In order to keep sales moving, Best Buy offers up a Galaxy S5 and iPhone 5s deal that can cut the price down to $0 with a trade-in. Obviously some shoppers may be better off waiting, but for those who can’t wait for a new iPhone or the Galaxy Note 4, this is a deal that is tough to pass up.
This year iPhone 5s deals are as free-flowing as iPhone 6 rumors, with many chances to buy the iPhone 5s for $99 or as low as $0 with a trade in. In previous years Apple kept the iPhone price in check, which meant most retailers did not offer deals every month, but iPhone 5s deals are easy to find, which will help users avoid paying $200 as long as they are willing to sign a two-year contract.
Apple is set to introduce the 8GB iPhone 5c in India, NDTV Gadgets has learnt.
The 8GB variant was officially unveiled back in March, and was initially available in UK, France, Germany, Australia, and China. Recently, the company launched it in additional countries, including Netherlands, Italy, Belgium, Sweden, Poland, Czech Republic, Ireland, Portugal, Austria, Spain, Denmark, Finland, Switzerland, and Norway.