Apple has sold more than 4 million preorder sales of its newest iPhone6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Demand is high, and Apple knows it. The California company has ordered its manufacturers to produce 70 to 80 million units of iPhone 6 Plus by the end of the year (Dec. 30). This is 40% more iPhone devices that Apple ordered in …
Yummy! iPhone 6 is expected to debut on September 9. The 2014 iPhone editions are reported to have a larger, redesigned 4.7 and 5.5” screen. The 4.7” model will be making its debut in September, while the 5.5” model will be available later.
Apple has finally given in and listened to what the people want – bigger screens! They’ll still be catering to folks who don’t want tablet size displays by offering the 4.7”, though the newest model is a significant leap from iPhone 5’s 4” display.
I think Apple got the memo that bigger or slightly bigger screen is better
The rumor mill is going crazy on what new features the iPhone 6 will have. But the focal point seems to be the display size. This display upgrade allows Apple to go head-to head with Android competitors, mainly Samsung.