iPhone 6 Release Soon As iPhone 5s Goes On Sale For $119, iPhone 5c To $29

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By Karla Danica Figuerres | March 6, 2014 5:27 PM EST

iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c go on sale at Walmart, signifying iPhone 6 release date will occur soon.

Walmart is reducing iPhone 5s' price down to $119 after signing a two-year contract with Verizon or AT&T and iPhone 5c down to $29 on-contract.

There is a $26 and $16 discounts from the regular iPhone 5s' and iPhone 5c's price in Walmart, which is $145 and $45, respectively.

Apart from these iPhone deals, Walmart is also giving discounts on Samsung Galaxy S4 from $99 to $49, not to mention that it is also giving $50 gift card with any purchase of Samsung phone with a two-year contract from March 9-22. Basically, you can get the Samsung Galaxy S4 for free with this deal.

The Walmart iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c deals may last "for a minimum of 30 days," which is a bit vague but at least it is certain that the deal will last for 30 days and could extend past the minimum date mentioned.

Meanwhile, Apple might be releasing its flagship smartphone, purportedly iPhone 6 as early as September, possibly by October alongside iPad Air2 and iWatch, according to iDigitalTimes. The rumor fits the time the Cupertino tech giant previously released its iPhone 4, iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s in the past. iPad Air 2 release date is also expected around the fall of 2014.

Recent rumors pointed to the iPhone 6 having sapphire crystal screen and if these rumours are accurate, iPhone 6 screen will be more durable and scratch-resistant than iPhone 5s but it might come with a higher price tag as well.

Undoubtedly, 2014 has already been a big year for Apple devices, especially the iPad and iPhone, as we have seen Walmart and Best Buy offer crazy sales on Apple products. As we go further this 2014, we expect more to see from Apple, especially once we reach the holiday season.

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