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The number of iPhone 7 rumors is growing fast [should you buy iPhone 6s now or wait for iPhone 7 release]. Different sources mention various smartphone features and specs. All sources are anonymous and there are many ideas on what the next 2016 handset is to be like. What companies Apple is going to work with?
Each ‘fruit’ device becomes the flagship. Millions of customers from all over the world are willing to purchase the new generation smartphone. Apple is trying to introduce new features and improve the specs. The iPhone 7 processor, for example, could be manufactured by TSMC.
Most new lines of iPhone comes with a more powerful chip. It seems that Apple is to continue working with Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company [TSMC]. There were rumors in the past that Apple had plans to stop working with Samsung and switch to a different manufacturer.
The official iPhone 7 with new features release date is not confirmed. Apple will say nothing about this handset until the public presentation. Just like it was with previous iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s models introduced in the fall, the ‘fruit’ giant is expected to unveil the new generation device in September or October.
Does TSMC really have exclusive deal with Apple to be the only manufacturer of the iPhone 7 processor or not? Does Samsung step away? Once again, we’ll know the answer only as summer ends. Right now we can pay more attention to the 4-inch iPhone 5se. Its release could be coming this spring along with Apple Watch 2, iPad Air 3 and other gadgets.
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There was talks about Virgin iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus release. But unfortunately Virgin Mobile USA officially doesn’t offer any Apple’s iPhone lineup model.
The Sprint subsidiary claimed that carrier didn’t plan to offer the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus shortly after their launch. Although they used to offer iPhone 4S, the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C. During the holiday sales the carrier didn’t show any Apple’s smartphone model, but the online store pages for the earlier Apple’s devices simply message “out of stock,” leading someone to expect their return in the near future.
Previously, Virgin Mobile USA presented a dedicated webpage with details about the iPhone models it offered, including that they were available for prepaid and unsubsidized prices. Most recently, carrier offered iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, and iPhone 4s models with prepaid plans with the using Sprint subsidiary’s network requirement. That page now merely redirects to the carrier’s full range of smartphone offerings, minus any mention of Apple’s devices.
If you will try to visit the Virgin Mobile online store’s search function, the results will still present several Apple’s smartphones listings, including the 5C and 6, that, again, the carrier never offered.
After the iPhone 6/ 6 Plus release Sprint has been offering this smartphones and continues to do it. But it is still not clear if Virgin’s dropping of the iPhone is related to Sprint’s previous limitation on subsidiaries that they wait to offer the latest smartphone models.
It is really interesting Virgin Mobile can become the first U.S. carrier that once offer the iPhone and then stop. Unfortunately for them, there are plenty of other carriers to choose from for customers are looking for iPhone plans, including those with prepaid plans. So don’t try to search Virgin iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus.