4inch iPhone 6c expected to release in mid-2016

4inch iPhone 6c expected to release in mid-2016

Apple is reportedly considering the iPhone 6c which is going to be company’s fresh presence among 4-inch devices in the market. Following loose talks now we have expected release date for iPhone 6c, it seems to be mid-2016. Though there are many to put the iPhone 6c among the never-arriving devices but still there are many voices asking to keep faith on it.

Among such hopeful fellows included the Chinese Research Director Kevin Wang who believes that there are reasons to keep faith on the iPhone 6c. Kevin Wang also suggests that the device may arrive to customers by mid of the next year. He takes to the popular Chinese microblogging network Weibo to talk on this. However he gives nothing solid to strengthen faith on an older size iPhone.

iPhone 5c

Soon after the launch of this season’s iPhones reports suggested a 4inch addition among iPhones within two months, but they proved wrong. Kevin Wang has also predicted the iPhone 6c arriving by the end of this year which now he extends to mid of next year. However, there are some other reports too that see a little reliable.

The KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo also discusses the 4inch iPhone 6c concept. Unlike Wang the analyses by Ming-Chi Kuo have been consistently accurate thus we can take them seriously. However he also gives us a view matching with Wang’s statement. Reinforcing Wang’s estimations Kuo also expected the iPhone 6c in mid-2016. He also claims A9 Processor, metallic exterior on the 4inch iPhone 6c but no 3D touch.

Many have responded the reports of iPhone 6c or a 4inch iPhone. This is quite expected as the large display phones have never been the best choice for many smartphone users. A number of Apple iPhone users also seem not comfortable with large phones. If you stand among these users keep your faith strong on iPhone 6c.

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