With arch rival Samsung (SSNLF) expected to unveil a new Galaxy S5 smartphone on February 24, the pressure will be on Apple to respond. Of course the same thing happened last year, with the Galaxy S4 announced in March.
With the new flagship Samsung smartphone selling at a brisk pace, the iPhone 5 approaching mid-life and no comment from Apple on its plans, tech websites went to work seeking out prototypes and talkative suppliers in the hope of figuring out what to expect from the next iPhone.
They were right on some counts — the Touch ID sensor and gold case option, for example — but missed on some predictions like a bigger display and a cheap $300 option.
What are the predictions for the next iPhone? A faster CPU and new version of iOS are givens, but what else is Apple up to? Ciccarese Design Studio has some ideas, based on this concept image.
Here’s our roundup of Apple iPhone 6 rumors that might just be plausible.