Published On: Wed, Jul 1st, 2015

Apple Working On A New 4-inch iPhone 6C, Coming In Early 2016



Apple has started working on a new 4-inch phone known as the iPhone 6C, in keeping with the analysts at Jefferies.

The corporation is presenting this “extended” version of the iPhone 5S, writing in a new note that it’ll be released within the first quarter of 2016.

The iPhone 6C can likely have a 4-inch screen and can come with a robust metal casing.

Jefferies additionally thinks the look of the iPhone 6C are going to be consistent with Apple’s previous iPhones:

“Although iPhone6C is designed as an extended version, it still uses metal casing supported Apple style. we believe that Apple remains consistent in its style. As we’ve mentioned previously, Apple continues to develop enlarged hardness for the iPhone metal casing, which needs a lot of complicated CNC and anodized method.”

It’s important to notice that Jefferies’ findings concerning the iPhone 6C are supported its business survey. This doubtless suggests that Jefferies hung out observing and analyzing the activities of Apple’s suppliers, leading it ensure conclusions concerning the products Apple is also developing.

Jefferies does not have any direct knowledge from Apple concerning its upcoming iPhone 6C. And, even if Jefferies is obtaining is legitimate, there is continuously an opportunity things might modification by the time Apple releases the merchandise.

What’s attention-grabbing, though, is that Apple reportedly plans to unveil this new product within the first quarter of next year, in keeping with Jefferies. Apple generally introduces its new iPhones in September. And, though it follows the ‘C’ naming convention introduced with the iPhone 5C, Jefferies believes this iPhone 6C can have a metal casing rather than the colourful plastic found on the iPhone 5C.

Earlier this month Economic Daily, Chinese news publication rumored that display manufacturer AU Optronics is functioning on 4-inch screens for a new iPhone 6C.

Subrat Sahu 1Subrat Kumar is a writer with expertise in content writing for websites and blogs, press releases, whitepapers and case-studies. He loves web development management and currently freelances from Bangalore. He’s the founder of Cross Zone, undertaking the bulk of articles on technology and gadgets.

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