Over the weekend, rumors have been flying around hinting the release of the next-generation iPhone in 2013. Initially, it was rumored that Apple will release a low-cost 4.8 inch iPhone very soon. But the latest we hear from the markets is that, Apple will launch two new iPhones later this year. Yet it’s only the smaller one that is tipped to hit the markets this year, and it’s speculated that the larger model might have to be in the wings until 2014.
As we have witnessed, Apple has had a challenging but successful 2012, now it appears that the company is on a mission to make 2013 a smash hit year for itself. The competition in the smartphone market is only getting tougher, not just for the small companies but also for the big names like Apple. The latest buzz is that, Apple is gearing up for a fruitful 2013 – the two 4 inch iPhone models it’s planning to launch later this year is a clear indication of that. It’s rumored that the two iPhone models are expected to support in-cell display technology.
The rumour mill has started again with rumours about the next generation iPhone. As usual, Apple are saying nothing and leaving us to speculate and guess until the moment arrives. The date that is being thrown around is June 2013. Some of the possible new features will be a Super HD screen and camera, providing even better resolution than the 5.
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