Rumors about the iPhone 6c have been popping up like crazy these past couple of months, most of which seem to contradict each other, but we’re fairly certain that Apple’s new mid-range smartphone will be released this year. Lending weight to that belief is a recent report out of China which suggests that Foxconn is currently preparing for a November launch for the iPhone 6c, although details on the hardware haven’t been revealed yet.
As you may have heard throughout these past few months, Apple might be preparing for the release of three iPhone models this year – something that has never been seen before during Apple’s usual Q3 announcements. The third model, as you’re probably aware of, is expected to wear the “iPhone 6c” moniker, and so far there have been numerous reports “confirming” (as much as rumors can confirm) that the 6c is real and coming our way. Needless to say, today a fresh report from China adds a bit more credibility to the existence of the iPhone 6c, as Foxconn seems to be gearing up for an alleged November iPhone 6c release. More details right after the break. As some of you might recall, last week, we came across a rumor originating from a “Foxconn insider”, claiming that the manufacturer already received a shipment of 4-inch displays which might be used for the production of the iPhone 6c.