Apple has three new iPhones in pipeline for 2015, new report claims
Recent rumors suggest Apple could unveil three new iPhone models in September this year.
The DigiTimes reports that Apple’s 2015 iPhone lineup will include the iPhone 6S, the iPhone 6S Plus, and a smaller iPhone 6C – potentially with a 4-inch screen.
As per the report, all of the handsets will equip LTPS panels and supply for the iPhone 6S Plus and iPhone 6C will come from Japan Display, Sharp and LG Display while that for the iPhone 6S will come from Japan Display and LG.
Sources claim that all of the three iPhones will come equipped with Corning Gorilla Glass, fingerprint scanning technology and Near-Field Communication (NFC) for using Apple Pay.
It is believed that the 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch iPhones will run an unannounced A9 chip and the smaller iPhone 6C could run on current generation A8 system-on-chip to keep the overall cost down.
The affordable iPhone 6C is said to be manufactured by Wistron, while the 6S series will be assembled by Foxconn Electronics (Hon Hai Precision Industry) and Pegatron, the sources added.
There are even rumors that the Cupertino might use new camera technology embedding an advanced three-sensor based camera module within its new iPhone lineup. Apple was recently granted a patent for a Digital camera with light splitter.
All three new phones are expected to be revealed in September, the same time when Cupertino is known to reveal its latest handsets.