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Tim Cook Suggests iPhone 6 Will Retain Current Screen Specs

Posted by Michael Nace under iPhone 6 Rumors on Sunday Apr 28, 2013

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While tech enthusiasts hope against hope that Apple will adopt Android-style display dimensions, Tim Cook suggests that Cupertino will stand pat with the current screen specs for the iPhone 6.

With the onset of larger-screened smartphone designs, those who follow consumer electronics continue to bemoan Apple’s reticence to adopt larger, more Android-like screen dimensions for the iPhone. After retaining the original iPhone’s 3.5-inch screen up until last year, the expanded display on the iPhone 5 was met with middling reviews, as the elongated screen failed to give some users the large, phablet-like real estate they’re looking for on future iPhones.

For those who are holding out hope that the iPhone 6 will finally debut a large, wide screen, recent comments from Tim Cook suggest that Apple is not looking to significantly revamp the iPhone 6′s display dimensions anytime soon. Read More


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iPhone 6 A6 processoriPad 2 users are raving about the speed and agility of the A5 chip, and iPhone users are excited about the prospects of an A5-equipped iPhone 5. But new rumors suggest that a bigger, better A6 chip is coming to the iPhone 6 in 2012.

Apple has been diligent in continuing to beef up its mobile processing power, rolling out the famed A5 chip in 2011, debuting on the iPad 2. Given the impressive performance of the iPad 2 to date, iPhone users are excited to experience the A5 chip, together with iOS 5, in the new iPhone 5, which is rumored to debut in the Fall of 2011. Read More


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iPhone 6 Going To Get 4G Treatment In 2012?

Posted by Michael Nace under iPhone 6 Opinion, iPhone 6 Rumors on Friday Jun 17, 2011

Rumors are abounding that a 3G iPhone 5 may have a 4G competitor in 2011 with the rumored “Nexus 4G.” Does this mean that a 4G iPhone 6 in 2012 is likely?

Year after year, 4G is becoming the holy grail for smartphones. And with ever-escalating rumors that the iPhone 5 may turn out to be more of a refresh than a revolutionary new iPhone iteration, the prospect of a groundbreaking iPhone 6 design that features a 4G radio is beginning to take shape.

Reliable sources are indicating that 4G LTE will make its way into the smartphone realm in 2011 with Google’s Nexus 4G, meaning that a 3G iPhone 5 could enter the fray at an immediate disadvantage. PopHerald reports: Read More


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Apple To Design iPhone 6 for the 4G LTE Network

Posted by Michael Nace under iPhone 6 Opinion on Saturday Mar 12, 2011
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An early mock-up of the iPhone 6 by Mac Funamizu

As more and more people get excited about the iPhone 5, it is looking more and more like the first 4G iPhone will be the iPhone 6 and not the iPhone 5. Read wy.

At the time of this post, we all find ourselves in between the somewhat lackluster iPhone 4 and hopes of a groundbreaking new iPhone 5. Also within this current void, we the mobile phone users of the world, also find ourselves straddling the 3G and 4G networks; the big mobile companies — particularly Verizon — are pouring millions of dollars worth of resources into building a 4G network of the future, and given what we know about it, 4G will be a game changer. And it isn’t too far away.

Unfortunately for all of the iPhone 5 hopefuls out there, the 2011 version of the new iPhone is unlikely to be 4G-ready.

Given the unbalance is 4G assets between AT&T and Verizon at the moment, chances are, the iPhone 6 will be Apple’s wonder device that finally taps into the world of 4G. recently proclaimed that “the sixth-generation iPhone will support Verizon’s (self-labelled) 4G LTE network,” and pointed to a recent quote from Verizon Wireless CEO Dan Mead wherein he hinted at the prospects of a 4G LTE iPhone 6, when he said, “”You’ll see more coming from Apple on LTE, they understand the value proposition of LTE and I feel very confident that they are going to be a part of it.”

While it may seem like a stretch to infer that the iPhone 6 will include 4G capabilities from Mead’s blissful, open-ended quote, his perspective on the matter, together with the timetable for a fully-function 4G network, clearly places the prospect of a 4G iPhone on the iPhone 6.

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