An analysis based on the recent comments of former Apple CEO John Sculley, about the acceleration of the production cycle of the Californian company, concludes that the next iPhone may arrive in early 2013.
iPhone 6 concept presented by NAK Design
Rumors suggesting that Apple reduced its orders for the iPhone 5 with suppliers have led, in recent times, to a few questions about the level of demand for the latest iPhone from Apple.
However, former Apple CEO John Sculley recently suggested that the company is “going through a very significant change now in terms of product cycles,” and that “now it’s really introducing products twice a year.”
Analyst Horace Dediu of Asymco argues that if the iPhone 5 production has slowed, it may mean that Apple is already preparing the release of an iPhone 6.
The device is rumored to launch in June or July next year and come with NFC, a Retina+ display, 128GB of storage and it could be available in six to eight colors.
Source: International Business Times