The iPhone 6 could be successful without any major innovation. According to PhonesReview.co.uk, Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL)’s loyal following could be just enough to give Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) what they need to be successful.
IPhone 6 To Release In 2014
The iPhone 5S is predicted to arrive later on this year but it isn’t expected to be a major change and the iPhone 6 is expected to come out in 2014. Analysts agree that Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) has already built a successful bridge and their fans have already invested much into the company. It helps that Apple maintains an innovative mindset that keeps them moving. Technology is always changing and that’s why it is so important for companies like Apple to make strides in innovation. It keeps the company relevant in the market and it also keeps the fans interested.
Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL)’s biggest competitor Android has also made their fair share of strides in the market. The company has also entered the phablet market which offers the best of both worlds of smartphones and tablets. This has some Apple fans wondering if the company will ever introduce a phone with a larger screen or a phablet.
iPhone 6 Design?
PhonesReview.co.uk explained, “The previous sales, interest in iPhone 6 and a so-called iPhone 5S reveal massive pre-orders are likely, and this would still be the case even if the design stayed pretty much the same with just a specs jump and a twist of repackaged technology. Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) knows how to do this very well and somehow they could make a few new colors sell. In our opinion, after owning every generation of iPhone we bet that the majority of users would just skip a generation if the current upgrade isn’t enough rather than jump to an unfamiliar Android OS.
No matter what Apple has in store for the future in regards for the iPhone 5S and/or the iPhone 6, there is little doubt that the tech giant’s fans will line up and buy it. If and when Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) is ready to take their products to the next level, they will surely lead the next generation of technology.