iPhone 6c rumors: 4-inch $400 phone for small hands

4 Dec 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Apple iPhone 6c with 4-inch display expected to be launched early next year.

According to tech analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the phone will not be the successor to the flagship iPhone 6s, it instead would be replace the two-year-old iPhone 5s.

The KSG Securities analyst expects Apple to respond to demand for a smaller form factor with an estimated 15 million to 17 million 4-inch iPhones shipped in 2015. A lower market price of $400 to $500, up to $249 less than an iPhone 6s, would also help the iPhone increase adoption in emerging markets – places where Android smartphones have traditionally had the edge – while the integration of Near Field Communication technology would support the Apple Pay system. Ming-Chi Kuo’s strong track record of predictions includes Cupertino’s adoption of fingerprint sensors, the larger iPad Pro, and two sizes for the Apple Watch.

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