Apple’s Next iPhones To Enter Production Next Month

Apple is set to ramp up production of its next iPhones next month for a September launch.  People familiar with Apple’s plans confirmed to Bloomberg that manufacturers in China will begin producing the 4.7in model and the 5.5in model of the next-generation iPhone so that both can launch at the same time.

The report supports rumors that Apple is aiming to equip their phones with larger screens to combat the growing threat of Samsung, HTC, Sony, and Nokia.  Consumers have begun demanding larger screens to consume their media, games, and other content, which other companies have been happy to provide.  The phone truly has become the all-in-one multimedia device, but Apple is still behind the times.  The iPhone 5S, the latest iPhone, only has a 4in screen,

Excitement over the next iPhone has been steadily revving up.  At Apple’s Worldwide Developer’s Conference the company gave a sneak peek at iOS 8, which will come installed on the next iPhone.  Leaks have given the fanbase a taste of what the next iPhone could be.  However, we’ll have to wait a little bit longer to get an official reveal from Apple.  The company typically reveals their latest iPhones in September.

We’ll keep you posted should Apple make any announcements.