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Top iPhone 6 Features You Want to See

iOS / iPad / iPod June 2, 2014

There has been a lot of buzz around regarding iPhone 6 coming in the near future by Apple. At the same time, the rumors about the features and applications that it is going to provide to the user are gaining all time high momentum in the market. It has been observed that over the last few years, the market for iPhone has become strong with the strong addition of 40% hike in the user every year. Apart from this, the Android market is also growing at a rapid rate through new device launches and applications in the market. Thus iPhone 6 had to come for Apple to get one step ahead in the market.


iPhone 6


Now the discussion here is not confined to the iPhone 6 launching, but the point that Apple has to prove here is that whether it can live up to the expectation of features for the users as well as iOS developers for mobile applications in this large market of mobile apps development. Here is a quick look on what the specifications will be there in iPhone 6 according to the rumors in the market and actual expectations from overall market.


Aid to Users


With the functionality that iPhone provides, it is feasible that the weight of the mobile can be reduced considerably. Making it light-weight will give a new user experience to the end user. Also improved voice call and volume features will be primary requirement for any call. On the other hand, iPhone application developers’ would expect more compatibility for their apps that can act as a rigid backbone for adding new functionality along with robust app. Designers for iPhone application would seek help from this device by making resolution a better prospect to handle. This can help them manipulate 3-dimesional effects within the pocket size iPhone. Quick launch for iPhone 6 will play a crucial part as per the policy is set by the Apple. In all, developers will try to inculcate everything that can facilitate user by all means.


Better Screens, Better Features!


The foremost thing that people want to see with this new iPhone is the better touch-pad facility, enhanced application grasping and fortified functions in the new iPhone6. High resolution 8 MP camera with support of various applications down under is the main upgrade or the change which we may observe in iPhone 6. These will help iPhone app development companies to make apps with enhanced photography features. Also bigger the size of the phone which is predicted to be an inch larger than the previous one has to be polarized professionally in order to achieve desired results. The screen resolution for iPhone will become more sharp and crisp giving great feel and better photo quality for pixels.


Functionality with Add-ons


The motive behind adding one more device in the summary of iPhone history is to be in line with all the technological developments that are done on the forefront level. So it is obvious from people to expect portability of the device, ease of usability with enhanced functionality and quick results through iPhone 6. The processor need to fast, larger memory space required for more storage, higher speed for data traffic and Touch screen with refreshing feeling are add-on demands which are publically predicted to be in iPhone 6.


Once the iPhone 6 gets released, let’s see how many of the predictions get correct and the number of demands which are successfully fulfilled. The developers would be hoping to see something astonishing that can delight the market of iPhone apps development.



Pratik Kanada

I am Pratik Kanada, founder & CEO of 360 Degree Technosoft, which makes app ideas into reality by providing unique design and development services across iOS and Android platforms. I generally write blogs on mobile technology, app development and app marketing.

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