iPhone Release Sale on October 14 with Sept. 19 Announcement, 5.5-inch Has More Powerful Processor and Solar Power
By Precious Silva | August 6, 2014 10:11 AM EST
Apple's iPhone 6 release continues to confuse the markets as analysts and latest leaks suggest possible launches this September and October. The latest hint about the iPhone 6 release is October 14. Apple will reportedly be busy this October with sources citing an Apple Retail store internal meeting as the main source of information. There have also been more details shedding light about possible solar power capabilities in the iPhone while the glowing logo remains unsure.
A woman holds her new Apple iPhone 5S after buying it at an Apple Store at Tokyo's Ginza shopping district September 20, 2013.
Analysts and supply chain sources narrowed down two dates for Apple's iPhone 6 releases: September 9 and October 14. On the other side of things saying that Apple will release its flagship around October 14, MacRumors refers to an Apple Retail Store internal meeting as a possible source.
According to the notes of the source, a Store Leader said something about October 14 as busy day for Apple. In fact, the official said that October will Apple's busy month for the year. There are no final details including the reported media event on September 9. Many sources consider the September 9 tip as possible as it was reported by Re/code. The organization was founded under Kara Swisher and Walt Mossberg - considered pillars of the Wall Street Journal industry. The two have hosted some of the tech's elite best known for putting Steve Jobs and Bill Gates in one sofa.
Some analysts believe that while Apple will be announcing the device this September but release of the devices can extend up to October. Apple has not provided any details about the launch of the iPhone 6. Cowen & Co. analyst Timothy Arcuri hinted that Apple's iPhone 6 5.5-inch variant may carry a powerful processor than its smaller counterpart. According to the notes AppleInsider acquired, the reported A8 chip on the bigger iPhone will have more processing power. This is possible as Apple did the same previously with its iPad series. The iPad Retina and iPad Mini versions ran on an A7 version clocked at 1.29 gigahertz while the iPad Air ran on an A7 version clocked at 1.39 gigahertz.
Apple's green initiative about green energy has also been apparent lately with its data farms shifting to clean energy. The company has patented a technology before about solar power which may find its way to the iPhone 6. The glowing logo effect has also been disputed but Apple has not clarified anything.
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