It's only been a little over a month since Apple launched its latest iPhone, and there is already talk of a newer version coming your way. That's right, according to an article published by Yahoo! News on Oct. 29, Apple may be planning to release the next-generation of iPhone as soon as September 2014.
Yahoo! News reports that rumors are swirling through various news outlets that Apple is planning to release an iPhone 6 in late 2014. There is some speculation that the display on iPhone 6 will measure 5 inches diagonally, which is a full inch bigger than the iPhone 5.
On September 18 Apple released its iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C. The iPhone 5C is the first iPhone to come in color and is the first model to be available new for $99 with a service contract. The iPhone 5S is the first model with a fingerprint censor built into the unlock button.
At the time of this publication Apple has not confirmed the release date or any specs of the iPhone 6.
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