How much speculation can a single man spark? Jefferies analyst Peter Misek (again) seems confident about Apple launching the iPhone 5S by June. According to his predictions, Apple should start production of the iPhone 5S by March to unveil it at the annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). Apple’s iPhone 5 sales are slowing, but analysts are interpreting the declining sales figures as indication of Apple cutting down on production of the iPhone 5. Peter Misek says that production is down from 40 million to 30 million. In his opinion there are very few changes between the 5 and 5S models. The iPhone 5S will have a “Super HD camera/screen, a better/larger battery, NFC,” and “possible updates include an IGZO* screen for Retina+, and up to 128GB storage” according to Peter. Though Peter himself has made a few incorrect predictions about Apple TV. Apple is going through rough times as its stocks have fallen and according to a recent survey by Harris Interactive Reputational Quotient survey, Apple has lost the race of the Top Trusted Company to Amazon. However with products like the iWatch and Apple TV, Apple is trying to get back its share of the market. Read more on Business Insider, which covers the stock-related ramification of this.
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