Latest iPhone 6 Rumors Point to Larger Model Being a Variation of iPhone 5c

The larger iPhone 6 model will be a variation of the iPhone 5c and not the iPhone 5s.

A new rumor that originated from Mac Otakara states that this bigger version will function as an extension of Apple's lineup and will not replace either of the current-gen models. The site also claims that Apple decided on 4.7-inch and 5.7-inch displays as screen sizes for the models it would want to release later this year.

The new iPhone's design will be similar to the current model, however, it is said to be partially inspired by the iPod nano, which comes in a range of colors like the iPhone 5c, but has an aluminum body instead of a plastic one.

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The 4.7-inch iPhone is expected to measure in at 14x7cm. The 5.7-inch model will be 16x8. Both models are expected to be 7mm thick with a rear camera protruding from it.

Older iPhone 6 rumors revealed that Samsung will handle most of the production for the device's A8 chip.

A report from ZDNet Korea claims that Samsung recently signed a contract with Apple to produce the A8 processor at its Austin, Texas plant and that it is already in the final stages of testing.

A previous report contradicted this most recent one as it claimed Samsung was struggling with poor yields of the A8 processor and would not be able to meet Apple's demands. This resulted in the company shifting over most of the chip's production to Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company.

The iPhone 6 release date could be scheduled for fall. Apple's sapphire supplier for its plant in Mesa, Ariz., GT Advance Technologies Inc., claimed that it will return to profitability towards the end of this year, which could be a result of a fall iPhone 6 release.

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