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iPhone 6 May Go Old School, Bring Back The Wow Factor At WWDC

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The iPhone 5 is out now and you can get it in most countries. However you might want to hold onto your money for a while longer, as there are rumours going around that Apple could launch the iPhone earlier than expected reports Product-Reviews.

iPhone 6 may return Apple to original WWDC schedule

Apple are known to launch a device each year and this means that if you buy the iPhone 5 now you may have to skip the next one on account of a two-year contract. While the next iPhone will no doubt always be better than the current model, you may not have to wait a full year for the next one.

One thing we know for sure is that Apple will reveal another iPhone at some point in 2013. They might choose to follow down the path of the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S, with the iPhone 6, or they could just launch the iPhone 6 whenever they want. However PR suggests that many are putting bets on the iPhone 6 taking the iPhone back to WWDC as it always was, instead of the fall.

There has been news from Asia that Apple will put their iPhone 6 into production trials from December, with a possibility of full production starting in Q1 of 2013. This means that we could see the iPhone 6 at the WWDC, as Apple could make good use of the first quarter to make as many of the handsets as possible.

However as the iPhone 5 has only just come out in September, the new device would have to have something very special. The iPhone 5 comes with LTE; however it only has a dual core. Apple could entice people with a quad core processor. It might not have the rumoured A7 processor, but a quad core would be a step up.

The camera of the iPhone could be improved too as while there have been improvements with the camera on the iPhone 5, it’s not as good as the one on the Nokia Lumia 920.

Alex customizes his cars and smartphones like its going out of fashion. Jumping between Korean and American, not only does Alex provide in-depth reviews but he usually hangs on to the models for some “real world testing” weeks at a time.