|KSalugsugan |||Dec 15, 2015 07:51 AM EST|
(Photo : Facebook) The iPhone 6c release would squash gossips that the iPhone7 will be available in the summer of 2016.
The iPhone 6c might be arriving to retail stores sooner than expected at a very budget-friendly price. The price is said to be lower than the iPhone 6s. Based on several news reports, the device could be priced at $500 or less, which would make it the cheapest phone in the iPhone family.
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There are speculations that the device could be manufactured with a metal body, which is definitely way better than the iPhone 5c's plastic build.
The iPhone 6c is also expected to arrive at the first quarter of year 2016, according to Ming-Chi Kuo, a KGI securities analysts known for Apple predictions. Kuo informed Digital Trends that tech company designed the upcoming phone to satisfy the demand of customers who are looking for a smaller iPhone. He predicted that the company would be able to sell over 20 million units of the 6c next year.
There are also some analysts that disagree with KGI's theory. These analysts say the incredible sales from the iPhone 6s may just cancel the production on iPhone 6c. Cowen & Company have observed hints in the supply chain suggesting that the iPhone 6c was in production, but after a couple of days the hints were gone. Both analysts are now guessing when the handset would not be launching.
The iPhone 6c release would squash gossips that the iPhone7 will be available in the summer of 2016.
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