We are bound to hear all sorts of crazy rumors about future Apple products until the company finally unveils them. One of the most highly anticipated devices that Apple is to release in 2014 is its next generation iPhone, which some believe will finally come with a larger display. iPhone 6 is also rumored to sport a radical redesign, considering the fact that all iPhones up from the iPhone 4 have more or less looked the same. South Korean publication ET News has heard from a source that iPhone 6 will be called iPhone Air and that its going to be significantly thinner than all previous iPhones.
The current flagship, iPhone 5s, measures in at 7.6mm. iPhone Air is said to be only 6mm, which would definitely make it worthy of the “Air” moniker that Apple uses with its slim MacBook and latest iPad. A metal build has been rumored, and it is claimed that the next generation iPhone will be heavier than its predecessors. It is expected to be released in September 2014, which would tie-in nicely with Apple’s usual release cycle. It has been mentioned in the report that the new iPhone will come with a larger display, though the source doesn’t weigh in on the size. If rumors are to be believed, it could be as high as 5.7 inches.
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