iPhone 6 rumor rollup for the week ending Nov. 2

By , Network World |  Mobile & Wireless, iPhone

Apple has just begun selling iPhone 5, which it just announced, and yet speculation mounts or possibly leaps, soars, explodes, skyrockets, mushrooms ... well, you get the idea: Everybody is talking about The Date for iPhone 6.

They're also rumoring about the ovoidization of the home button and Apple's Death of Innovation and the dismal prospects for the Next iPhone. Unless Apple turns it around and does something insanely great. Sir Jonathan Ive: Are you paying attention?

You read it here second.

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"Apple needs the WOW factor: In order to re-capture the imagination of Apple fans, it's time for Apple to 'think different' from its past product release trends."      -- Ed Valdez, Technorati.com, advising Apple on how to reverse its slide into mediocrity despite the fact it's selling more iPhones than ever before

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iPhone 6 will be announced in June 2013

This argument, by Ed Valdez at Technorati, hinges on the fact that Apple in October introduced what it called a fourth-generation full-size iPad just eight months after releasing the third-generation iPad.

"The remarkable feat of reducing their iPad product lifecycle by 38% from an average of 13 months to 8 months is a significant sign of things to come for their flagship product: the iPhone," Valdez proclaims, predicting that Apple will announce the next iPhone in next June, or nine months after the iPhone 5 was released.

He gives six reasons for this prediction. One is the by-now rather tired argument that "Apple needs the WOW factor." "In order to re-capture the imagination of Apple fans, it's time for Apple to 'think different' from its past product release trends," Valdez says. In other words, stop improving the software, the CPU, the resolution, the screen size, the connector dock, Wi-Fi and cellular connectivity, adding more apps, and expanding online services for mobile users and instead do something awesome and magical and insanely great!


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