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Apple launches an iPhone 6c, a 4 inch replacement for the iPhone 5c? Its seems like yesterday when Apple launched iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. There are rumours for iPhone 6c release before the end of this year (November). We examine the rumours about the iPhone 6c, including iPhone 6c release date, design, specs and features.
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The size will remain similar as of 5c but this time 6c will have hardware improvements including and latest features. According to China Times, the phone will come out in November, two months after the flagship iPhone 6S and the 6S Plus launch. Launched in September 2013, iPhone 5c will be two years old now. This time gap has led to question about whether it was the first and last model of the colourful plastic phone. But now with the latest iPhone 6c rumours its has started floating all the internet.
It all began when Apple uploaded a picture of iPhone 5c but with a fingerprint sensor on the home button. iPhone 6c looks similar to iPhone 5c but it has a key feature added called TouchID sensor. This is not a new feature but it is already found in 6s and 6s plus. As soon as it became viral, Apple removed the images to avoid speculation.
Some rumor also suggests, upcoming iPhone 6Cwill be powered by FinFet processors manufactured by the semiconductor company in Taiwan. It is expected to run on the latest and updated version of iOS operating system. The 4 inch device, iPhone 6c is aimed for the youth with its vibrant colors. Apart from its hardware improvements we are also looking forward for some major updates like long battery backup, faster animations and improved stock app for better performance.
So expect the iPhone 5c to disappear in September 2015, or maybe even before then. Check leaked video of iPhone 6C –
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