Apple reveals its latest iPhone -- possibly two of them -- on Sept. 10. We separate the bogus iPhone rumors from the smart predictions.
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Nearly all tech prognosticators expect Apple to launch the high-end iPhone 5S and low-end iPhone 5C on Sept. 10. But there's always a rebel out there. Case in point: Phil Moore of Stabley Times. He says there's a 70% chance that Apple will launch the iPhone 6 instead.
Why? In his words: "Because the iOS 7 makeover Apple has already shown off is too aggressive and too radical to be wasted on an iPhone 5S, which looks just like the current iPhone 5." Also: "Leaked images show a new budget iPhone 5 model, which suggests Apple won't keep that same design for its new flagship phone."
An interesting hypothesis, perhaps, but the leaked images we've seen suggest otherwise. The iPhone 5S is indeed the new high-end model, and it will retain the basic shape and size of the iPhone 5. The iPhone 6? Next year.
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