It looks like iPhone 6 release date rumors are already in full gear. There are multiple sources online about the possibility of an early 2013 launch for the popular Apple gadget. Many Appleites are in full gear searching for information about 2013 Apple products, and a new smartphone will surely be ranking high on the list.
One of the many rumors says iPhone 6 predictions have given the device a first quarter launch, even though the current model was just released a few months ago. The article mentions analyst Horace Dediu, who feels "Apple's future will indeed consist of a new generation of device every six months."
According to Sculley, the company is "going through a very significant change now in terms of product cycles," and "now it's really introducing products twice a year."
Of course this does not specifically mean Apple will launch a new iPhone every six months. Sculley could be referring to many other Apple devices, but it has not prevented speculation over the possibility of an iPhone 6 release date in early 2013.
Would you rather Apple launch a new generation of their smartphone line every six months, or is once a year enough?
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