Apple is readying a larger-screen iPhone 6 for release in May 2014. That’s according to ‘sources from the upstream supply chain’, speaking with the notorious rumour hounds at Digitimes.
While details of the device remain sketchy, the insiders say it’ll use a 20nm processor made by Taiwan Semiconductor. Previous chatter has suggested Apple is looking at using a 5-inch display with the iPhone 6, breaking with its traditional stance of using smaller screens.
The sources also back up other chat about a so-called iPad Pro. The 12.9-inch device is apparently pegged for October 2014. Again, specs and more detailed information, remains elusive.
A May iPhone release would be highly unlikely, with Apple’s launch cycle tied to an October timeframe. Digitimes’ record also suggests this should not be taken at face value.