Apple Inc. (AAPL) iPhone 6 Might Be Delayed Till 2015


Sources in China are quoting an analyst from KGS Securities in Taiwan, reporting that the much awaited Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL)’s iPhone 6 could be delayed’ until 2015. Bloomberg’s editor and anchor, Cory Johnson, presented the reports in an interview on Bloomberg TV saying that he does not think the quoted KGS analyst has any accurate information that should be of a concern at the moment.

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“I doubt whether this analyst has any accurate information. it would be shocking news if Apple did not come with a phone this year, but the notion of this analyst from somewhere in Taiwan is reputable if this is to be believed seems nutty to me” said Mr. Johnson.

Johnson is of the opinion that such information will continue coming in as we near the close of the year from people wanting to create a fuss out of nothing. It awaits to be seen if the reports are true considering when people come with such information they normally claim they are getting solid information from supply chains, close to the manufacture of a given product.

ICDC Research, Crawford Del Prete agreed with Johnson’s sentiments although remaining cautious on the allegations. The fact that Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) is trying to incorporate new features in the new iPhone may make create a challenge for the company to release the product this year. There have been discussions about iPhone 6 coming with advanced screen technology that should enable efficient rendering of colors.

“This is going to be whether it comes out in Q1 of 2015 or whether it come out in the fourth quarter a really hot product. One of the biggest products that we have seen in a long time” said Mr. Prete.

There have been suggestions that Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) is planning to conduct some tests by dropping a five and half inch device with a screen that shutters into various degrees. Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) is reportedly trying to change the way people perceive and use phones that are becoming extremely big compared to tablets.

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