We’ve got a ton of conflicting rumors regarding the possible launch timing of the next-generation iPhone. Some predict that the launch will be happening in the fall of 2014, and others still assume that it’ll happen at WWDC 2014. With all the pressure surrounding the iPhone at the moment from the Samsung Galaxy S5 and the HTC One M8, it’s clear that Apple needs to pull something up its sleeve as early as possible, and some leaks show that it might be happening.
We apparently get the first leaked photos of the display of the iPhone 6, and this time it seems to be the 4.7-inch variant. In the photo, the display is being compared to the iPhone 5s, and you can notice the significant difference in size between one device and the other. For the front display panels to be ready, this could mean that we might see the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 launched earlier than the fall. It could also just be a fake display following the leaked schematics that we discovered recently, since fake displays are quite common in the black market.
If Apple can figure out a way to launch this iPhone 6 in the summer, it could land much better competition against Samsung, though historically this hasn’t been the case since the launch of the iPhone 4.