Things We Know About The iPhone 6 And We Believe To Be True


We selected a couple of rumors that have the potential to happen. The Apple device will be launched on September 9 with new processor, improved TouchID; new lenses and NFC.

If all the speculation – including ours – are true, the iPhone 6, Apple’s new smartphone, will be released on September 9, the date that Apple has in store for a big meeting with the media, full of new features.

The closer the date, the higher the speed and the accuracy of the rumors about the features of the device. This does not mean that everything is true, but separated for you a couple of things heard this week and have the potential to be true.

Release day 9/09; Order 19/09

This week we heard that Apple will announce the new iPhone at a special event scheduled for September 9. Devices (remembering that may be more than one) will hit the stores soon after, possibly on September 19. There are rumors that the model with 5.5 inch screen just go hit the stores around October. You wait and see.

Face iPad mini

The new iPhone 6 “is more like a small mini iPad than an iPhone 5S.” That’s because it has a display that covers its entire service area, edge to edge, to maximize the available screen space. The report also says that the iPhone 6 will have its rounded edges, such as the iPad mini. The result? A large screen without added bulk.

Screen and Buttons

What images are abound on the internet claiming to be secret details of the new iPhone. One of the most popular this week indicates that we can expect the indented volume buttons (more inside the structure) and an Apple logo scratch resistant. Adds to them the information that the phone will be a sapphire, even more resistant screen.

Near Field Communications

The technology of data exchange approach (Near Field Communication, or NFC) pod ceased to gain traction in some scenarios, but still a very good solution for contactless payment systems. With this at hand, the site VentureBeat ensures that the iPhone 6 will have an NFC chip by NXP designed and created to support future payment services.

A8 Processor

The dual core 2.0 GHz processor, A8, will be much more competent to handle intensive tasks of images (the processor is a 1.3GHz chip-per-core). These highly fast devices should also have support for Wi-Fi 802.11ac

Improved LTE

One article states that the new device will offer LTE support perfected, delivering a maximum transfer speed of 300 megabits per second. This will be especially useful to the extent that operators move to voice over LTE, expected change in the next 12 months.


Apple has worked to improve the TouchID. It will debut a new generation of iPad and its new version should be faster and more accurate reading. Here we have big surprises, in that the resource will be increasingly important in the new payment services.

Earn extra battery life

There are those who say that the new iPhone will have a 2,100mAh battery, which would be a vast improvement over the current battery 1,560mAh. The control on the hardware and the operating system allows its devices to use energy efficiently. Meanwhile, try to figure out which apps work like drains battery (someone said on Facebook).


This is on us. We enjoyed the Optrix PhotoProX lens on iPhones system because they allow you to use an external set of additional lenses for better images. Apple has a patent for a similar system. We learned this week that the lens of the iPhone 6 are slightly protruding out of the body – is that Apple and other companies will offer lens kits to fit safely make them?

Article by: Pravin, SME at ESDS Software Solution Private Limited

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