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The iPhone 6 release date is supposedly set for, or even before June 2014. If this phone is as incredible as fans hope it will be, is it likely that the Apple innovation group will have adequate time to develop their chef-d'oeuvre? Many individuals are expecting a phone that includes a bigger 4.8-inch retina screen, complete HD functionality, fingerprint scanning technology, a 12 (or greater) MP rear-facing camera, and far more. Will Apple have the ability to tweak their design by summer of 2014? We certainly hope so, however it may be an impractical expectation on our part. Hardly anyone could forget the iPhone 5 fiasco-- will Apple be able to recuperate from that in a year?
Some iPhone 6 rumors state that the exceptional new smartphone will include eye-movement and motion modern technology. This can imply that iPhone individuals will be able to scroll through their phone simply by looking at it. Is this truly possible, or is it simply a bit too sci-fi to be probable? Without any word from Apple on the subject, we will just have to wait and see. Apple fans are likewise hoping that the next iPhone release will feature Wi-Fi sharing abilities and an iOS7 system software that will considerably improve the rate at which the gadget operates.
With regards to the cover of the phone, the next iPhone release date will supposedly coincide with a smartphone with a polycarbonate plastic casing. This could be an attempt to reduce manufacturing expenses or can simply be Apple's option to offering a phone that looks absolutely nothing like previous releases. The new, supposedly bigger phone will also feature entirely rounded edges for a sleek, advanced type of look. We do question though, whether a polycarbonate casing will be sufficiently tough to shield the phone. Of course, this appears more reasonable than theories which propose that the next iPhone will have a completely see-through case-- which many might see as both aesthetically and functionally unappealing.
Among the many advocated iPhone 6 features is the truth that Apple's shiny new star will have less Samsung parts. This, at least, appears to make a fair amount of sense and would most likely be a smart move from the Apple team. Nonetheless, we do ask ourselves whether sourcing parts from a different company would make the phone more pricey? Finding replacement components when your new iPhone might need repairs might become a relatively pricey undertaking.
Apple's iPhone 6 is little more than a snippet of an idea at this juncture, however we definitely hope that this brand-new phone will provide fans the exceptional brand-new, high-tech device for which they have been hoping. With the new iPhone release date so far away and fans having nothing more than iPhone rumors to please their interest, Apple should pull more than the proverbial bunny from their technological hat.