Apple will unveil the eagerly anticipated iPhone 6 a month earlier than expected, according to recently released Taiwanese media reports.
Citing unidentified supply-chain sources, the Economic Daily News claims Cupertino will release its flagship device in August, as opposed to its usual September release date.
The sixth iteration of the iPhone family, believed to be with a 4.7-inch screen, will also come with a 5.5-inch version, as claimed by various sections of the media, chiefly Reuters.
Furthermore, the Economic Daily News, citing its unnamed supply chain source, claims the tech giant will produce 80 million next-fen iPhones from August onwards, significantly adding to the company’s current 500 million unit sales since June 2007.
At present, and somewhat unsurprisingly, Apple nor Taiwanese iPhone manufacturers such as Hon Hair Precision Industry could be not reached for comment, according to Reuters.