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iPhone 6 / iPhone 6s, Features, specifications and release dates

iPhone 6 concept design released
by Apple Inc. back in 2011
is that the latest release, iPhone 5 (and the upcoming iPhone 5s) does not carry many innovations apart from reduction in thickness and weight. In addition, Apple is under intense pressure from competitors, mainly Samsung to release sooner then they may wish for.

Market-speculation includes a wide range of topics. A more elegant overall design, curved screen, p-Si LCD screen technology, inclusion of a projector, wireless charging, expanded storage, improved antenna, new display glass technology and an edge-to-edge screen.

We expect iPhone 6 / 6s will have all elegance and attraction that have characterized all previous iPhones. A larger display surface, thinner body and lighter weight.

The iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6s are rumored to feature a radical curved screen. This design rumor appears to have originated because Apple reportedly asked lens technology companies about the equipments needed for polishing curved glass.

The much talked about feature, the p-Si LCD screen seems to have created a lot of unnecessary confusion. Developed by Sharp, p-Si LCD is the next generation LCD. p-Si refers to poly Silicon Liquid Crystal Display and it allows monolithic integration, which means that the circuits powering the screen are integrated directly into it. As a result, the screen can be lighter, thinner and use less battery-power.

iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s design concept
It is widely assumed that the iPhone 6 will have a built-in / integrated projector allowing theuser to project photos and videos on a walls and other flat surface. This is a highly valued capability by many, even though the projection distance may be limited.

There ismuch speculation that the iPhone 6 will get a 128 GB storage capaxity. Currently, existing iPhones are available with 32 GB or 64 GB internal storage space. Additionally, analysts expect Apple may introduce an external storage option (memory card) of up to 1TB.

The new iPhone 6 will most probably have the ability to be charged wireless using inductive charging, an advanced form of electromagnetic technology. Solar charging is another possibility. With this new technology, Apple will follow in the footsteps of Nokia, which was the first smartphone producer to incorporate wireless charging in their Nokia Lumia 920.
The Japanese daily Nikkan has reported that the iPhone 6 will use a new, tough screen material called Gorilla Glass. The new material allows the phone to be lighter and thinner while making it more durable. This will will also give a small advantage in battery consumption.

The 6th generation iPhone is widely expected to bear an improved antenna. This seems to be linked to the fiasco associated with the wrap-around antenna used in the iPhone 4. Apple will not come up with an entire new antenna design but rather going to improve on the existing design as used in the iPhone 4s and 5.

The new iPhone6 is expected to have a revolutionary edge-to-edge screen. These rumours come from the fact that all of the main competitors have much bigger screens. The iPhone 6 is likely to have a 3.7" screen, moving it on par with competiting models on the market.

It is also expected that Apple will remove the Home Button from the body making way for added screen-space.

Given the short life-cycle of iPhones arising from itsrate of new product launches, it's good to remark that several options are available for users to trade-in an existing unit and upgrade to a newer model. For example, Apple will accept working phones by mail and send users a gift card reflecting the value of it as assessed by Apple.

Summing-up, the iPhone is likely to continue asone of the global leaders in the smartphone market. Based upon the above list the iPhone 6 expected features and specifications are leading edge improvements and unlikely to disappoint the average consumer.

Update: New concept features video released of the iPhone 6s

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