Despite the fact that Apple’s current flagship iPhone, the iPhone 5S, was just released six weeks ago, the Cupertino, California-based tech giant isn’t letting any grass growth beneath its smartphone empire.
According to published reports out of the Far East, Apple has already begun field testing the next-generation iPhone 6.
Chinese blog C Technology reports that Apple’s iPhone 6 will deliver a larger 4.9-inch display.
Earlier this month, Bloomberg reported that the iPhone 6 will probably feature a curved glass design and a wider display.
Despite the active field testing we’re told is now taking place, the iPhone 6 is not expected to launch until the fall of 2014.