Apple Will Launch iPhone 6S In August Not In September
iPhone 6S launch in September we be moved to August, according to recent report. Last week Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities made some predictions what features are likely to be included in the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus. And yesterday he came back with less believable prediction.
He claims that Cupertino giant could be about to break its traditional release cycle of its extremely popular smartphone. He added that the company will unveil the the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus as early as August, rather than honoring the historical September unveiling that we all have become accustomed to.
He said that Apple could be ready to launch its next-generation iPhone almost a month ahead of the predicted schedule. If this prediction will have some validity it means that we can welcome the future iPhone for the September. It can be so that we will be able to pre-order iPhone 6S beginning as early as the end of August and the new devices are expected to hit store shelves in September.
When the Apple’s next-generation iPhone does eventually make an appearance it’s almost guaranteed that the 6s version will ship with a 4.7-inch display and the 6s Plus will have a larger 5.5-inch screen. With iPhone 6S launch in September Apple will introduce Force Touch technology.
Ming-Chi Kuo is a well-known analyst in the consumer technology world. And we can say that his predictions and research notes often develop the basis for information that we see coming out of other research companies. Of course his success rates fluctuate wildly depending on whether or not the prediction is based on what Apple as a company is actually planning or whether or not it’s related to a release cycle. It’s wildly accepted that his recent iPhone 6s and 6s Plus feature predictions will turn out to be true, but we don’t think that the August introduction could be real.
Getting our hands on the next iPhone a month ahead of schedule would be extremely welcome but unfortunately something we just don’t think will happen.