Apple iPhone 6 rumors bigger screen, thinner size, and $100 more

Posted Apr 14, 2014 by Milton Este
One third of phone upgrades have been from iPhone users switching over to Android. However, for existing iPhone users looking to upgrade to a new iPhone, there may be some bad news for you.
iPhone 6 mold
iPhone 6 mold
A newly released photo by shows a mold supposedly going to be used on the upcoming September release iPhone 6. Judging by the rough dimensions, it appears Apple's next iPhone will feature a 4.7 inch screen.
Meanwhile, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo believes Apple will take it a step further and release two versions of the iPhone 6. One will feature a 4.7 inch screen while the other will feature a much larger 5.5 inch.
The 5.5 inch screen will pack a higher-resolution screen at 1,920-by-1,080 pixels, which translates to 401 pixels per inch. The 4.7 inch screen will use an oddly-spec'd 1,334-by-750 pixel display, with a pixel density of 326 ppi, to maintain scalability with existing apps.
Both handsets are expected to use Apple's next generation A8 processor with 1GB of LPDDR3 RAM. Touch ID and and Near Field Communications (NFC) will also appear along with an 8-MP camera. The bezels are expected to be 10 to 20 percent more narrow compared to the current iPhone 5S model.
It appears Apple has already started negotiations with carriers to hike the price by $100. iPhone plans will start with a $199 base fee in the U.S. and expected to be consistent with other countries.