iPhone 6C Release Date, Specs News: Budget iPhone 6 to Launch Early Next Year

The iPhone has been the most successful device released by Apple, and almost a decade after the device made its debut, it is still among the most popular handsets in the market.

However, one of the major concerns of potential buyers when buying the iPhone is its premium prices. And that is why the Cupertino manufacturer has once launched an "affordable" iPhone in the iPhone 5c.

Now, it seems the manufacturer is also planning to make a cheaper iPhone 6c.

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According to rumors and previous reports around the Web, Apple is looking to launch a brand new iPhone early next year. For people who are familiar with Apple's current schedules, the company does not launch smartphones during the first two quarters of the year. For the last few years, the company has announced its iPhones in September.

However, as for the rumored cheaper iPhone, it will be a version of the iPhone 6. As a result, rumors have called it the iPhone 6c.

The rumor came from Taiwanese media website, DigiTimes, which claims that an insider brought them news about the alleged iPhone 6c. In the report, the iPhone 6c will allegedly boast a 20nm process by TSMC, as opposed to Samsung's 14nm processes that Apple has been using recently.

In the report, the reason for the change is the newer chip's faster processing power and lower power consumption.

In the rumor, the iPhone 6c will allegedly be announced during the second quarter in 2016.

In addition to the iPhone 6c, two more upcoming iPhones which would be unveiled some time next month are the iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus -- both of which are upgrades of last year's models. Some of the rumored specs include a better camera, faster chipset, the latest iOS version, and Force Touch technology, which allows users to register different data with different touch pressures.

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