Apple Inc. (AAPL) To Start iPhone 6 Production Later This Month: Liz MacDonald

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When will the new iPhone come out? According to a report on Fox Business, Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL)‘s next-generation iPhone is finally going in production later this month. This news came after reports, which touted that Apple Inc (NASDAQ:AAPL) has decided to delay the launch of both versions of iPhone 6 till next year. Experts now predict that 4.7 inch version of iPhone 6 will be revealed by the tech giant this year whereas 5.5 inch version will be rolled out next year. 5.5 inch version of iPhone 6 is reported to be delayed because of Glass production issues. FBN’s Liz MacDonald also reported that 5.5 inch version of iPhone will go for production next month.

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Some sources have claimed that Taiwanese electronics manufacturer, Hon Hai Precision Industry Co Ltd will begin mass production of a 4.7-inch iPhone 6 in the third week of July. A China state-run news service also reported that Hon Hai is planning to hire 100,000 workers at its dedicated facilities to meet the demands of the Apple Inc (NASDAQ:AAPL)’s next biggest flagship.

Both versions of iPhone 6 will feature in-cell touch panel technology, which is built into the screen made of Sapphire Glass that will make the next iPhone almost indestructible and scratchless. KGI Securities analyst, Ming-Chi Kuo, who often has some news from his sources placed inside Apple Inc (NASDAQ:AAPL) claimed that the touch panel technology issues, color unevenness on the redesigned metal casings can delay the launch of 5.5 inch version of iPhone 5 till 2015.

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  1. Knowing AAPL’s turn time it takes no genius to figure out when goods go into production to meet a certain delivery date. At the same time…again….they can’t predict when production will begin because there is no conformation that the larger phone even exists. Same for the alleged watch.
    I say no product is imminent until AAPL tells us to. And I don’t invest in dreams of what analysts or journalists “think” AAPL should do. That’s why they are writing and AAPL is doing.

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