London: The next generation iPhone, dubbed as iPhone 5S or 6, is most likely to come out in May of June this year, around seven months after the release of iPhone 5, a report says.
If you follow Apple’s naming strategy, then the iPhone 5S would be the most likely choice as the US company typically keeps the same case (or very similar) for two generations.
As we saw in past that Apple introduced the iPhone 3G followed by the iPhone 3GS and the iPhone 4 followed by the iPhone 4S, Apple iPhone 5S could be the next generation smartphone of the US smartphone maker.
According to Topeka Capital analyst Brian White, reported on Business Insider the next iPhone is going to come out in May or June. This fits with all the other reports that we’ve read, expertreviews.co.uk reports.
Mac Rumours has a similar report, with Peter Misek, analyst at investment firm Jeffries & Co, reporting, “Our checks indicate that preliminary builds for the iPhone 5S will start in March for a launch in June/July.”
Apple typically releases its new models at the same price as the old ones, and we can’t see it introducing a more expensive phone into this tough market. If that holds out, then, and assuming that the 16GB model is dropped, we’d expect the 32GB model to cost £529, the 64GB model £599 and the 128GB model £699.