It is to iPhone 6S Plus and iPhone 7, at least in the minds of those who skipped the launch last month and are now focused on the next big thing from Apple. Several users took a pass on the iPhone 6, as yet to be updated-right, or because they could not afford it or one of several other reasons, and users are looking at what comes next. But just what model (s) of the next Apple iPhone will be launched? What will it cost, and when its release date to arrive? And
how is Apple Watch affecting its release?
The first question may be the most difficult. The story says that Apple will move to the next iPhone 6S, as it has a habit of making a model "S" every two years, effectively keeping each generation iPhone around for the benefit of those who are within two years of renovation cycles with their carriers. But a series of recent changes suggest that Apple may be reconsidering that plan, from changes in naming conventions to more belated interest in fighting movements direct competitors like Samsung. That means that Apple could move to iPhone 7 below, and keep the iPhone 6 as the model around at a discounted price. Whatever the new iPhone model that follows, we hope to continue at $ 199 for the standard model, $ 299 for the Plus model.
If Apple goes with an iPhone 7 vs. 6 below, which will be fully compatible with the Apple clock from day one. Apple has already made clear that all models of the iPhone 5 will support forward. But those who wait for the next iPhone will have to wait some time. While the clock Apple could come as early as the spring of 2015, the release date for the next generation iPhone will not arrive until the fall of next year. If the iPhone 6S arrives in 2015, the iPhone will arrive in July 2016.