Apple Inc. is expected to release its new device in the second half of this year but it is still not sure whether it will be the iPhone 7 or the iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus with several reports claiming that these devices are in the offing.
The Cupertino giant is tight-lipped on its upcoming next-generations smartphone but The Fuse Joplin claimed in a report that it might be released on 9 September by the time its predecessor, the iPhone 6 completes 1-year cycle.
Now, report has emerged Apple is planning to release its new device this year, and it will be called the iPhone 6S.
According to a report by Apple Insider, a source familiar with Apple's plans told the website that the company will release the iPhone 6S, and perhaps the iPhone 6S Plus with bigger screen and with Apple SIM (universal SIM card) pre-installed. It went on to claim that the device will come packed with 2GB RAM.
So, it is still not sure if Apple is releasing only one device or two this year.
Meanwhile, there were also reports that Apple Inc. is planning to release the iPhone 7 powered by A9 chips in September this year. According to a report by EMSOne (viaTechnoBuffalo), the device will come packed with 2GB RAM, house a 14MP main camera and 4MP front snapper, screen protected by sapphire crystal glass and chassis made of liquid metal.
It may be mentioned that John Gruber had claimed on one of The Talk Show (via The Tech Block) episodes that Apple was working on its upcoming smartphone's camera capable of taking high quality pictures.
The iPhone 7 is expected to come with features like sapphire crystal glass, 14MP main camera and 4MP front snapper, chassis made of liquid metal, and 2GB RAM, according to EMSOne (via TechnoBuffalo). It is also expected to be powered by A9 chip.