Do you want a low-cost and small iPhone? If so, you may be disapointed to hear the following news. New report from DigiTimes says Apple may release a low-cost iPhone later in second half of 2013, and actually make the display larger, not smaller.
What will iPhone 6 Like?
“Apple will roll out a low-cost version of the iPhone for China and other emerging markets in the second half of 2013, according to supply-chain sources,” DigiTimes said. Apple’s iPhone 6 (also rumored iPhone 5S) amy look like a Samsung Galaxy S3, and given its “low cost” to even compete with Samsung’s prices, too.
Although Apple offers a 4-inch screen on the iPhone 5 and a 3.5-inch screen on the iPhone 4S and iPhone 4, it has never offered multiple screen sizes for a single model. If Apple wants a hit, it will make a 5+ inch wider display to offer those people desiring a bigger screen another option. Apple always said the current width is perfect for one hand operation, much the same way they said a smaller iPad was only good if you had smaller fingers. So the iPad Mini is a huge hit and their next step should be a larger format phone. We believe this is about to change with the next iPhone offering different screen. I suspect that Apple will leave the “phablet(phone+tablet)” form to Samsung, but you never know. For now, it’s just a rumor.
My Opinions for iPhone 6′s Rumor
I think iPhone 6 should have a larger screen, as well as a memory chip slot. The professional chats have been rife with criticism of the iTunes elimination of cable syncing for MS Outlook users. This feature should be restored and enhanced to give users more control. Apple should also give thought to app management. There should be a way to preserve access to “inactive” apps while freeing up memory. As inventories of the 4s and 5 drop, these models should be enhanced with updated electronics as they are maintained for secondary and third world purchasers.
It’s wishful thinking that Apple would include all these tenologies in the iPhone 6 rather implement them over time, but it’s certainly fun to think about.
Tricks for iPhone Users
By the way, if you are one of the billions of iPhone users, you may need a trick to recover data from iPhone after you accidentally deleted your text messages, contacts, notes and photos, etc or lost them after factory restore your iPhone.
For iPhone data recovery, If you have back up your data on the iPhone 5, 4s, 4 and 3gs, you can restore from the previous backup.
To restore data from iTunes backup, use one of the following methods after connecting your iOS device to the computer with which you normally sync:
1. Right-click (or Control-click) the device and choose “Restore from Backup”
2. If you have a new phone, you can connect to iTunes and it will prompt to restore from your backup
If you have no backup, iPhone data recovery software is your last shot! Tenorshare iTunes Data Recovery works well, download it from http://goo.gl/CbhZZ. It’s very easy to use. Just a few clicks you can get all your data back.