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Gone are the days when iPhone was a dream machine for every one. Today you can be an iPhone owner in INR 10 K.

KGI analyst Ming Chi Kuo whose predictions about iPhone are almost true, has shared upcoming Models of Apple iPhone, and what he believes is, a 4″ iPhone would be released in early 2016.

Ming Chi Kuo is known as the best Apple analyst, and he is not the only one who expect a 4 inches iPhone, but some other analysts also said about a smaller iPhone in the past.

Ming Chi Kau has a record of providing most accurate information as far as Apple products are concerned, and he mentioned in his note that a 4-inch iPhone would arrive in the first half of 2016. This would be iPhone 6c that many users are waiting for.

Kau also mentioned that the 4-inch iPhone would feature Apple A9 chip, and Foxconn would be the only manufacturer of this model, and TSMC would prepare A9 chip.

A 4″ Smartphone is possible, as in the last two years, Apple has been concentrating on Mass Market also, specially in India and MEA Region. Today, you can get an iPhone as cheap as INR 12,000.

Kau believes that Apple would no longer use Polycarbonate material in its affordable 4-inch iPhone. It would be wrapped in metal body, but it may loose pressure sensitive touch.

iPhone 7 and 7 Plus would follow the usual schedule of new iPhones launch, but this timeline may differ, Ming Chi Kuo reported. He believes that iPhone 7 and 7 Plus would features the same size of display, but 4.7-inch model would be launched with 2GB RAM and 5.5-inch model would feature 3GB RAM. He also mentioned that TSMC would be the sole manufacturer of Apple A10 Chip.

Ming Chi Kau has said nothing about dust / water proof design and dual-SIM. We expected Apple to launch iPhone 6c this year with Apple A8 chip, but Analyst says other wise. Let’s see if Apple really uses A9 chip in iPhone 6c.

 

 

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