Since 2007 to 2012 year Apple has made its place in the top financial industry with delivering projection and that Cupertino became the most valuable company. The prediction that made by Jeffries analyst Peter Misek last month, in which he indicated 6-8 different color options with the next-generation iPhone, Analyst Brian White of Topeka Capital Markets said in a note to investors Wednesday that his checks within the industry have indicated the so-called “iPhone 5S” will come in a variety of colors beyond the current black and white and also thinks Apple may offer different screen sizes of its iconic handset.
Considering the 3.5-inch screen was only altered for the first time with the iPhone 5, the prospect of two different display sizes in one hit is certainly a rumor to capture the imagination. If the next iPhone could finally sport a coloured casing, could a colourful iPhone 5S join the likes of the Nokia Lumia 920 in brightening up the mobile phone world?
He – the analyst expects that the new iPhone will be available in a total of eight colors: the pink, yellow, blue, green, purple, silver and slate shades currently found on the iPod nano, and a (Product)Red model with proceeds benefiting AIDS research. White and Topeka Capital Markets have gathered through “checks” that the upcoming iPhone will have “more choices for customers,” which includes “an expansion in both the color patterns and screen sizes with the next iPhone.” Brain subscribes to the general nation that it’ll probably be called the iPhone 5S, and anticipation in releasing at the Q2-Q3 changover.
Eventually, he also sees the iPad joining the party, but the iPhone is next in line for a lick of color – when talked about iPod touch released in a deluge of colors last year, and whereas White believes it was a “testing ground” for Apple to offer similar options to iPhone users.
Beyond the new color configurations, White also said his industry checks found that a new model apparently become available in multiple screen sizes. The rationale behind the differing screen sizes, is to corner different areas of the market. Apple currently sells the 4-inch iPhone 5 alongside the 3.5-inch iPhone 4S and iPhone 4, but the company has never offered multiple screen sizes for a single model. There are always speculations of a mid-range, cheaper smartphone to widen such appeal, and the next time around rumored, Apple may use the display sizes to distinguish between versions of the same model.
Although, the possibility of different iPhone screen sizes also opens up the opportunity for Apple to build a handset with a larger display. Like – Samsung, has found some success in the market with its Galaxy Note series, which features a 5.5-inch screen with its latest model. With Apple’s iPad mini launched in late October with design cues borrowed from the redesigned iPhone 5 and iPod touch, including an anodized aluminum back, but the device lacks the array of color options found in the iPod touch lineup, patented a stylus, and made the display bigger on the iPhone. This marks that anything can happen and possible.