Its probably the time for the people to escape away from the earth, there will probably a hole in the time :p , since according to the new iPhone 6 rumors, it is said to come with a quad core Apple A-8 processor. The phone will most probably be launched in September, according to the trends Apple is following.
According to the latest rumors circulating around, this year, similar to last year, Apple will launch more than one iPhone, with varying screen sizes- namely the iPhone 6 plus or iPhone 6 Max. All of them though, will use the same version of OS, the iOS 8.
Alleged specs of iPhone 6
First, the display. There have been many conflicting rumours about the iPhone 6 screen size, and some reports have even claimed that Apple is plotting to unveil two ‘curved’ iPhones in 2014. If these rumours are to be believed, Apple’s iPhone 6 will launch in two versions – 4.7in and 5.5in – that will feature flexible displays, much like the LG G Flex. The screen resolution will be 960 x 1704 pixels, 4.7 inches (~416 ppi pixel density), protected by sapphire crystal glass, and will also be water resistant. The 500 dpi pixel density fingerprint sensor (Touch ID) will be as well.
The phone will be available in 16/32/64/128 GB storage, with 2 GB RAM. Nothing is heard about the battery till now, but it will be obviously be upgraded and be of a higher size than before.Further iPhone 6 specs will likely see the increased screen and completely overhauled design partnered with an even speedier 64-bit processor and revised camera. Although the recently confirmed Qualcomm Snapdragon 805, Snapdragon 808 and Snapdragon 810 chipsets are to power the next wave of Android powerhouses, Apple is likely to continue to shun the leading mobile CPU provider in favour of its own chip sets.
iPhone 6 Price
The price of the iPhone 6 is still unclear, but it likely will fetch around the same as Apple’s flagship iPhone 5S. If so, expect 16GB, 32GB and 64GB models of the handset to cost £549, £629 and £709, respectively.
However, speculation has suggested that the iPhone 6 could cost around $100 more than Apple’s 2013 flagship, due to its rumoured larger screen size.
If previous launches are anything to go by, the iPhone 6 will also likely get a clean sweep of the major UK mobile operators. On contract, the iPhone 5S was available from around £35 a month at launch.