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The two iPhone 6 models that Apple plans to launch will have 4.7 inch and 5.5 inch or ‘phablet’ sized displays. This is the first time Apple will have a device in the phablet product space and naturally, with a larger sized phone, you can have a bigger and thinner battery
On 9 September Apple is expected to release not just one but two new models of their popular iPhone, dubbed the iPhone 6. Not only will both of these models feature larger screens, their technical specifications are so forward thinking, it’s going to take their competitors years to catch up to where things will be in just a few weeks, let alone in the future. Based on info provided by supply chain sources in Asia, dailylife can now reveal with reasonable accuracy what the computing giant will be releasing very shortly.
Bigger Screens: Perhaps the biggest criticism of Apple and its iPhone is that its screen size is just four inches on even the most recent models. Competitors like Samsung have exploited this fact for the past two years by releasing products with more screen real estate. They will no longer be able to claim this advantage.
The two iPhone 6 models Apple plans to launch will have 4.7 inch and 5.5 inch or ‘phablet’ sized displays. This is the first time Apple will have a device in the phablet product space. Phablets are mobile devices which are in between the size of a typical mobile phone, but not quite as large as a tablet, hence their name. Phablets have managed to carve out a very respective and lucrative niche for companies like Samsung and Sony. With a 5.5 inch iPhone 6 coming, it puts Apple right in the middle of the pack to be competitive.
Battery: Naturally, with a larger sized phone, you can have a bigger and thinner battery. This will be true for both iPhone 6 models, which are expected to supply nearly 50 percent more energy between charges.
Presently, Apple’s top of the line iPhone 5s uses a 1,500 mAh Lithium-Ion battery. By contrast, the battery which will purportedly power the larger 5.5 inch iPhone 6 is a 2,915 mAh Lithium-Ion unit. If you do the basic math, this is almost double the power, which could translate into double the time between recharging, depending of course on what tasks a user is doing. Any increase in battery life greater than 30 percent is considered to be significant and will certainly be welcomed by consumers, regardless of who the manufacturer is.
Apple Iphone 6 A8 Chip: Apple shocked the market when it released the world’s first 64-bit chip, called the A7, when it launched the iPhone 5s. Still today there is no equivalent, and there won’t be until the company releases the iPhone 6 and breaks its own previous engineering records. Not only is the A8 chip also a 64-bit processor, it has two billion transistors and two cores, all shrunk down to just 20 nanometers apart. To put this in perspective, one nanometer is one millionth of an inch.
Compare this to the present state-of-the-art A7 chip found in the iPad Air and iPhone 5s. It has one billion transistors, 30 nanometers apart, and is clocked at around 1.3 Gigahertz. The clock speed of the new A8 chip, which again has twice the number of transistors on it available for processing data, will range from 2.0-2.6 Gigahertz, since the same A8 chip is expected to also make its debut in October when the iPad Air 2 is released.
Storage for IPHON 6: Apple has been steadily increasing the amount of storage available across its product line. Concerning the iPhone 6, not only will 32 Gigabyte (GB) models be available, but so will 64 GB versions and a new 128 GB model. The 128 GB option made its debut almost a year ago when the iPad Mini and iPad Air first started shipping with it. With ever increasing demands by consumers to store their data in the cloud, and this data is of course often gigabytes, more customers globally will be making the switch to higher storage capacity devices, since 32GB won’t be enough any longer for many people.
Communications: The iPhone 6, as has been the case with almost every previous release of the iPhone, will of course feature the latest, greatest communications hardware which is standards compliant. This means even faster WiFi, a faster modem, including the support of Near Field Communications (NFC). NFC is part of a key technology which is driving an increasingly mobile payment ecosystem.
Since there will be over one billion customers using Apple products very shortly, this is a huge installed base which has yet to be fully monetized. NFC is expected to help push monetization efforts forward, combined with a competitive edge Apple first debuted a year ago and will continue to build on: biometrics.
Biometrics: Get used to the world becoming more biometric centric. When Apple released the iPhone 5s last year, in addition to it being a 64-bit chip surprise, its biometric 3D epidermal fingerprint sensor also proved to be a game changer. People can use their fingerprint to log on and also make payments. When iPhone 6 debuts, there will be a new app called HealthKit, which will allow you to keep your health info securely online and make it available to your doctor.
Design review of iphone 6: The new iPhone 6 models will likely be the thinnest designed units of their class on the market. Gone will be the rounded-squared sides, replaced instead by chamfered edges, as seen in the popular iPad Mini tablet. The illustrations shown here are based on leaked designs and leaked internal circuitry.
The demand for the iPhone 6 is expected to be “through the roof.” Apple is making 80 million units to meet initial demand, breaking the previous record held by the iPhone 5s by almost double. Pricing and availability will be announced on 9 September.