New iPhone 6, 5S dual release for domination


What if Apple decided to launch the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 5S on the same release date with different screen sizes for market domination?

Apple has achieved some massive accomplishments over the last few years and set new trends, although consumers and loyal fans are becoming more vocal over the lack of their favorite brand achieving its potential.

This is particularly the case when it comes to the iPhone 5S, iPad mini 2 and iPhone 6. These devices could include features that would devastate the competition, but they would also need to work in harmony to rule tablet and phone markets.

You either love iOS or hate it, but if you enjoy the simpler approach that is planned to become even more flat with iOS 7, then you’ll want to stick with Apple products. There’s frustrations and these are mostly at hardware level and not with software.

What if Apple released the iPhone 5S with an iPad mini 2 and iPhone 6? We have been thinking that the iPhone 5S would see a release date in 2013, but would lack a major redesign and new features expected to arrive on the iPhone 6 in 2014. The majority of rumors certainly point to this being the case, but what if Apple released two iPhones this year with different screen sizes?

We have already heard about production problems with the iPhone 5S, and these issues focused on the display. One way Apple could rule the smartphone industry at a new level is by offering another screen size, which would deliver to those that want an iOS 7 phablet.

The four screen markets — Apple should launch an iPhone 5S with a 4-inch display, an iPhone 6 with a screen size to match its name (6-inches), and then deliver tablets in the form of an iPad mini 2 at 7.9-inches and iPad 5 at 10-inches. These tablet sizes are already available but the new iPads would feature improved specs.

It seems almost inevitable that Apple will release a bigger iPhone 6, but it could be done this year in the form of a 6-inch phone and an iPhone 5S at 4-inches. This would cover users that like a real phone size and those that want a phablet with iOS.

Our readers have already highlighted this desire — when we touched on the idea of an iPhone 6 with features including a bigger screen last month, this article also received some feedback pointing to the desire for a bigger smartphone needed to fill the gap currently left between the iPhone 5 and iPad mini.

The iPhone 6-inch – One of our readers explained, “Apple can really be dumb, but if they come out with a 6-inch iPhone alongside the 4-inch iPhone they would kill the competition”. A lot of our readers agree with this size necessity, but also point to more personalization being needed within iOS 7.

Would you like to see an iPhone 5S and iPhone 6 on the same release date? One model with a 6-inch display and another roughly the same as the current smartphone. The bigger iPhone doesn’t have to look massive and the form factor can be shrunk a little with a thinner bezel and a slightly flexible screen, which could wrap around the phone slightly. Are you ready for a bigger iPhone 6? Share your thoughts in the comments.


11 thoughts on “New iPhone 6, 5S dual release for domination”

  1. Js963r says:

    You clearly don’t understand apples marketing approach they aren’t going to release a phone with a 6 inch “phablet ” style screen just because Samsung does it, they also aren’t interested in market domination, if that was their focus they wouldn’t sell 3,000 dollar computers with a 1,000 dollar entry level price tag. They only own roughly 10% of the computer market and are fine with that, they cater to their customer base not customer “bases” in general. Their phones by tech standard are at least 2 years behind and that’s being nice, but it doesn’t matter, they focus on.build quality simplicity of design, aestitic appeal and ease of use, not cutting edge and high tech wizardry they don’t care about what the rest of the smartphone world is doing, they do what works for their customer base, and sense most iPhone users tend to not stray to far from the basics (talk,text,email,and download apps ) their approach works quit well, if you want a phablet with a 6 inch screen or more phone choices every year go with Samsung, if the cookie cutter one design fits all approach is for you and you don’t mind over paying for out of date tech as long as your one of the cool kids cus all your friends have one and it’s too hard to think for your self go with apple

    1. Adam B. Wehrend says:

      I don’t know about other apple users, but I know from my personal experience, having 3 android phones in the past, they tend to get viruses very easily and mess up very often… One thing I can say about apple, even if their technology is “behind the times” I’ve never had a problem with my iPhone in the 2 years I’ve had it… ALL of my android devices ran slow and crashed at one point or another, which made me switch to Apple…

  2. Mario Verdin says:

    Totally Agree, an iphone with a bigger screen size will definetely made me go back to ios. However, I think that at 6 inches it’s too big for a phone, in my opinion a 4.5 to 5 inch max iphone would be perfect.

  3. Adam B. Wehrend says:

    I am currently an Apple user… I love the iPhone and iPad… I love Apples software and how they always make their products the best for their customers… But, if they are really trying to defeat the competition they need to release at least a 5.5″ screen… I’ve been looking into the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 mainly because of its size… So Apple, please come out with a larger phone unless you want to lose more customers to Samsung than you already are… Thank you

  4. j7.deville says:

    Are you kidding me?? iOS software is horrible, I can’t even share files over Bluetooth with my Mac yet my android device can send and receive any files back and forth no issues how sad is that?

    Also I cloud is a joke and the ecosystem is horrible I keep trying to give iOS devices a chance they look nice and run smooth for the most part..well except for some glitches, lag and apps force closing once in awhile oh wait never mind that’s a bad thing.

    iOS is not simplistic at all in fact u have to jump through hoops or download an app just to accomplish basic android features, apart from the expensive look and feel of iOS its horribly designed OS especially by today’s standards the iPhone is a app drawer yet android is a computer in your pocket also don’t get me started on having to do everything through iTunes.

  5. MB says:

    Hurry up with the larger iPhone screen & enhanced features… I’m growing restless & thinking about changing back to the android technology. #RestlessInTN

  6. raygwap says:

    A 6inch screen foreal doe…come on now that’s bigger then a damn note and that phone already to big as is…I think it should be in between a 4.5-5.0 nothing bigger then that

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