iPhone 6 Features 'Huge' New Design: 'Taller And Slimmer'

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By Naveena Joy | May 13, 2014 4:16 PM EST

Apple is always in the list of the tech bloggers. According to recent reports, Apple will unveil iPhone 6's new design which could be taller, slimmer and wider.

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Apple's new iPhone 5S is displayed at an Apple shop in Tokyo's Ginza shopping district in this September 20, 2013 file photo. As the smartphone action shifts to the mass market, leaders Samsung Electronics Co Ltd and Apple Inc are under pressure to make their high-end phones more affordable to revive sales. And that may spell trouble for already-softening margins. To match Analysis SAMSUNG-ELEC/SMARTPHONES.

iPhone 6 is expected to release in September but now it is set to be released in August. It will be flaunting a 4.7-inch display screen and 11.4 percent taller and 14.3 percent wider than iPhone 5s. This further indicates iPhone will be 7 mm thin as compared to reports suggesting it will be 6.1 mm thin.   

According to Reuters and the Taiwan based Economic Daily News, in September, iPhone 6 will be selling a 5.5-inch or 5.6-inch model. The media pointed out the phone component maker Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. Ltd and smartphone camera lens maker Largan Precision Co. Ltd. may produce 80 million iPhone 6 handsets this year.  

A huge collection of iPhone 6 photos have been published by a French blog, Nowhereelse.fr, showing iPhone 6's comparison with the current generation smartphone, iPhone 5s. It may also reveal several other details as compared to earlier reports.

Past reports also cited iPhone 6 will feature a larger 4.7-inch display, an upgraded processor, NFC and new thinner design. But all the details will yet to be confirmed once Apple launches its iPhone 6. 

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Apple's new iPhone 5S is displayed at an Apple shop in Tokyo's Ginza shopping district in this September 20, 2013 file photo. As the smartphone action shifts to the mass market, leaders Samsung Electronics Co Ltd and Apple Inc are under pressure to make their high-end phones more affordable to revive sales. And that may spell trouble for already-softening margins. To match Analysis SAMSUNG-ELEC/SMARTPHONES.
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