Apple is considering pushing the release of the upcoming iPhone 6s up from September to August.
Chinese news site United Daily News (UDN) says that Apple has upped the number of components ordered by a huge amount. This would point to a ramp up in production, which could indicate the preparation for an early release.
While an early iPhone 6s launch may be great news to Apple fans, there are some things to bear in mind. There is the possibility that Apple won’t have iOS 9 ready in time.
The new OS is to be announced at WWDC next month. There’s a good chance that it won’t have the new OS tweaked in time for an August release.
Those who are on fixed length contracts may also have to hold off before upgrading.
Of course, these are just rumours, and Apple tends not to rock the boat too much with each iPhone release. We may find out more in the coming weeks; perhaps WWDC will reveal more.