The iPhone 6 will land early next year, and have a 4.8-inch screen, according to analyst Glen Yeung at Citi Research,.
If the iPhone 6 does have a 4.8-inch screen, it'd be almost the same size as the 5-inch . The iPhone 5 is 4 inches, which is pretty puny by today's standards. The is 4.3 inches, and yet that's got Mini in the name.
The much-rumoured"has been delayed by two to four weeks," according to Yeung and Citi Research's "field work in the hardware supply chain". Yeung isn't writing off a September launch for the 5S, but notes "volumes in September may consequently be challenged".
Apple will launch two new versions of Amazon Kindle Fire. The other will have a 2,048x1,536-pixel Retina display., too, he reckons. One will be a fair bit cheaper than the current model, to compete with the likes of the and
The next full-size iPad will be slimmer and lighter than the, according to Yeung. Again, a September launch is on the cards, he reckons.
So what of WWDC next week? Yeung reckons the only hardware we'll see will be new MacBooks. Apple will launch its. He also thinks Apple will open up its API to developers, letting them develop for iCloud, Maps, and Siri.
WWDC kicks off next week, and we'll bring you all the news as it happens. What would you like to see? And what do you want from the next iPhone or iPad? Let me know in the comments, or on Facebook.