We’re only in March but it seems that it hasn’t stopped the iPhone 6 rumor mill from jumping into overtime. According to the latest rumor from the Commercial Times, it has been reported that Apple’s manufacturing partner, Pegatron, has begun to prepare themselves for the production of Apple’s iPhone 6.
Pegatron along with Foxconn are some of Apple’s manufacturers and have been responsible in the past for helping to assemble some of Apple’s products. However interestingly enough, the report claims Pegatron will be helping manufacture the iPhone 6, while in the past he company has been responsible for putting together iOS devices like the iPad mini and the iPhone 5c.
The report goes on to claim that Pegatron would begin ramping up production of the iPhone 6 come the second quarter of 2014 but did not mention when the phone would be announced. However if Apple’s previous timetables are anything to go by, there is a good chance that we might see the iPhone 6 make its debut towards the later part of the year around August/September.
Not much is known about the iPhone 6 at the moment, but rumors are claiming that it will sport a significantly larger display than before and might even see two different sizes: a 4.7-inch display and a 5.7-inch display. However recent rumors have suggested that the iPhone 6 will feature a display whose pixel density is 389ppi, pack an A8 processor, along with a handful of new sensors that will measure the temperature, atmospheric pressure, and humidity levels.