Apple’s iPhone 6c, the company’s long–rumoured affordable smartphone, will come with beefed-up RAM and a bigger battery compared with the iPhone 5s, which it’s set to replace.
These latest tidbits of information come from the My Drivers site in China, which cites sources close to Apple’s iPhone manufacturing partner Foxconn.
They fit into a pattern of growing rumours about the new phone, which have been trickling out over the past few months.
The device is set to come with the same 4-inch screen as the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c, with an all–metal frame.
Word is it will launch in a variety of colours, offering a brighter alternative to the current range of iPhones on sale.
However, the iPhone 6c is unlikely to feature bleeding edge features such as pressure–sensitive 3D Touch.
The smartphone is apparently set for launch in March, at a special event where Apple is also likely to show off its newest iPads.