The same report also claims that Apple has already began a massive increase in component orders, which, if true, could mean that the company is gearing up for an early release or preparing for strong demand.
While Apple may have the hardware ready for an August launch, it still may hold off until the usual Fall release. Apple generally likes to launch new software and hardware together and if iOS 9 is not ready for primetime, then Apple could hold the release of the iPhone. Apple is expected to announce iOS 9 and OS X 10.11 at WWDC in June, leading us to believe an August release of iOS 9 and iPhone 6s is unlikely.
The next-generation iPhone could be called the iPhone 6s or even the iPhone 7. It is rumored to mainly feature improved internal components. Current reports point to a new force-touch display, an improved 12MP camera, a faster processor with 2GB of RAM, and even a new rose gold color.
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