According to Chinese analyst Sun Chyang Xu, AppleÃ‚Â is going to have a pair of launches forÃ‚Â theÃ‚Â Apple iPhoneÃ‚Â in 2014.
According to the analyst, Apple will start trial production of theÃ‚Â AppleÃ‚Â iPhoneÃ‚Â 6 with production of 2 million to 3 million units starting in May.
This phone will feature a 4.7 inch screen with the same 640 x 1136 resolution used on its 4 inch models.
The second version of the Apple iPhone to be released this year will have a larger 5.7 inch screen, with higher resolution than the iPhone 5.
Both handsets are expected to be introduced atÃ‚Â WWDCÃ‚Â in June, although the iPhone 6 will be available shortly after theÃ‚Â developers’Ã‚Â conference, and the larger screened model will be released later in the year.[signoff predefined=”Enjoy this?” icon=”icon-users”][/signoff]Via
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