Apple Inc is expected to launch three devices, iPhone 6S, 6S Plus and 6C, by the end of this year in the month of September or October. The rumor surfaced the Internet after Digitimes reported that the Cupertino giant is again going to launch an iPhone wrapped in the plastic body.

Apple Inc is apparently repeating the history by launching the new iPhone 6C, also known as ‘the colorful’, covered in a plastic body. Reports suggest that the company is going to introduce the iPhone 6 in this new body.

A few years ago Apple Inc did the same thing by introducing the iPhone 5C, which in reality was just the iPhone 5 wrapped in a plastic body. However, the price and the other competing brands stopped ‘the colorful’ from attaining high sale figures. Situation is simple, people love the aluminum body of the iPhone, however, presenting it with a plastic body and with a price tag that lies in the range that is a starting point for the high-end Android smartphones, users were more attracted to the Android phones than it.

Apple is apparently repeating the same mistake by introducing the iPhone 6C, however, the question would be whether company presents lucrative offers or adds the additional features that makes it a perfect choice for the given price tag.

A report suggests that Indians spent most in buying Apple iPhones, however, it is only for the one that are made out of the aluminum body.

Digitimes reported that the all these iPhones are going to have the fingerprint sensors in them, however, there is going to be a difference in the screen sizes. iPhone 6S and 6S Plus are going to have the same as iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, however, the 6C is probably going to have the 4-inches of screen. There are least chances that this is going to happen as the Apple Inc is going to wrap the iPhone 6 in the plastic body which has a screen size of 4.7-inches.

The base for the Digitimes story was that the Cupertino giant was rumored to work on an iPhone model that has a screen size large enough to perfectly fit in the small hands.

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