There’ve been rumors that there would be two versions of the iPhone 6, but unlike its predecessors they will reportedly have different screen sizes, slated for September. The rumors seem undeniable this time as they’re coming Japan, not from China or any production house.

The Japanese newspaper Nikkei, specializing in financial analysis, claims about the Apple iPhone 6 that it will purportedly come in two screen sizes: 4.7 and 5.5 inches. Additionally, it will be released sometime in September and therefore, suppliers have already started production of sensors in order to meet the Cupertino deadline.

According to insiders close to the company plans, mass production of LCD panels will be started in the second quarter of the year at Sharp’s Kameyama factory, Japan Display’s Mobara plant, and elsewhere. In addition, LG is also engaged in the production of Retina Display, although, it isn’t known yet when the Korean giant will kick off mass manufacturing of the iPhone gears.

Lately, Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities claimed that Apple wanted to keep the iPhone one hand operable. Therefore, there’re less chances of the next iPhone as phone-cum-tablet device. However, the screen resolution will definitely be higher than current pixel density of 326 ppi.

Apart from the larger screen and ultra-retina display rumors, sapphire-coated display, smart and reduced bezel, 10 or 13 megapixels camera, and reduced thickness are other favorite buzzes that hop over the web from time to time.

Meanwhile, there’s no news about the successor of the iPhone 5C or iPhone 6C. Now, all we can do is wait for September to find out what Apple has in stores for us.

Source: Nikkei