from June 2014, Rumors
The highly anticipated and much rumored iPhone 6 is likely launching in two models, one with a larger 4.7" display and the second with a gargantuan 5.5" tablet/phone size (AKA phablet). But is launching two large screen smartphones a good idea for Apple considering that just a bump to 4.7" display is upping their current 4" display area by 38%? Here's T-GAAP’s two divergent points of view.
Apple should not launch two NEW iPhones
If Apple launches a 4.7" iPhone 6 in the Fall, it will likely see the largest sales in the history of smartphones. The upgrade cycle for legacy iPhones has amassed to be largest ever. Apple need only deliver a few new features, such as a larger 4.7" display, and a massive upgrade cycle will happen.
In 2010, Apple and Costco parted ways. At the same time Apple’s divorce with Costco was being completed, dealings with Walmart and Sam’s Club were heating up. Coincidence? We didn’t think so then, and now we don’t believe that's the case now. But rumor is, Apple and Costco are putting aside their differences in order to team up once again.
An email that's been circulating the past week is claimed to be from the Wireless Advocates CEO (Wireless Advocates owns the wireless kiosk contract at Costco), which states: