Tomahawk, WI 06/25/2014 (Basicsmedia) – Apple’s New iPhone 6

Apple, Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) will be on schedule to launch its iPhone 6 in its traditional mid September span, after it decided to initiate the production in early July with its assembly partner in China. This time Apple’s iPhone would be commenced with a number of new features, wherein the rumors are that the smart phone would be coming in different screen sizes. The tech market is being plugged up with gossip that Apple will launch both a 4.7 inch and a 5.5 inch display phone, which sooner or later confirms the smart and hard work by the team Apple.

The reason for launch of big display screen might be Apple’s idea to capture the emerging market, especially china, where people are fond of purchasing phone with screen size more than 5 inches. Also, till now this iPhone has been declared as the launch of the largest iPhone ever by Apple. Additionally, the new models are expected to be rounder and thinner than the up to date models.

Apart from this, rumors are also, that Apple maker Foxconn would be hiring a lump of 100,000 workers just for the production of iPhone6; marking an increase of 10% as compared to the number it engaged for the production of iPhone 5 and iPhone 5S.

Apple’s New 12-Inch MacBook Air

According to the news from DigiTimes Apple may release its new version of MacBook Air in the third quarter of this year. The new 12-inch version would be the same as the earlier versions of 11-inch and 13-inch with some minor internal changes. The new MacBook Air will also feature the Retina display, just as the Apple, Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL)’s latest MacBook Pro laptops do. The most exciting attribute with this gadget is, it would be thinner than the current MacBook Airs available in the market. Well the rumor round the market is whether this launch would be a game changer?

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