The iPhone 6 is almost here, with Apple expected to unveil its new mobile hardware in September. Apple fans have been extremely patient in waiting for the iPhone 6, having to make do with nothing but rumors for the past 12 months.
Now, with weeks rather than months to go before its release, it’s time to talk about the iPhone 6 and your individual hopes for the next big release from Cupertino. Will Apple deliver what its fans demand?
We want to know, What Are Your Hopes For The iPhone 6? This isn’t about what you expect to see unveiled in September, rather what you hope to see unveiled in September. Assuming all of the latest rumors emanating from the rather thin walls at Cupertino prove to be correct.
Do you want to see Apple have it large by increasing the size of the screen? Do you want to see multiple models introduced to appeal to a wider demographic? Do you want to see haptic feedback added as standard?
Is battery life more important to you than speed and features? Are you more interested in a stronger iPhone than a more beautiful iPhone? Should Apple improve the camera hardware or concentrate instead on improving the software and effects?
What features of the iPhone 5s would you like to see carried through to the new model? And which do you think could be dropped? Lastly, do you want to see some movement on price or did the failure of the iPhone 5c prove Apple should continue catering solely to the high-end market?
Let us know in the comments section below what your hopes are for the forthcoming iPhone 6. Or, if you’re an Android advocate who has landed here by mistake, feel free to register your total lack of interest in the iPhone 6… don’t just click away, make your voice be heard!
Regardless of the discussion, the iPhone 6 is coming, and queues will once again snake around the blocks of all the major cities in the United States and beyond. Oh, joy.
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