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There's no logic to what you're saying. Apple is already developing an A8 processor that will be more efficient than the A7, and every year since the iPhone 4 Apple has come out with an upgraded A series chip. I don't see why this year would be any different.In most countries the iPhone 4 has already been phased out and I assume both the 4 and 4S will be phased out this year completely.The 5C will be the low end the 5S (or a plastic version) will be the mid range and the...
The reason it makes more sense for 2015 versus now is because this year Apple is already giving consumers a larger, thinner, faster, more efficient phone for the same price as the outgoing model.Consumers will see the value of getting more for their money already with the 6 over the 5S, hence why there is no need to also double the storage.Next year there will be less features added between the 6 to the 6S so if Apple were to double the storage sizes for the iPhone, next...
That makes no sense whatsoever.
 Apple will probably use this angle to justify the larger screen. I think we'll see redesigned wireless EarPods this year bundled with the new bigger screen phones. These new EarPods will also be valuable when interacting with the rumored iWatch.
 I agree with you, but I don't think this is the year Apple doubles storage for the iPhone. Sales are going to be through the roof, regardless, because this is the first large screen phone Apple is selling. So that being the case, Apple may as well profit from people paying $100 for minimal storage upgrades for one more year. I think that Apple will double storage on the iPads this year though, with the iPhone getting 32/64/128 options next year.
Apple beat them to it with the continuity features on Yosemite 
 I think we'll see this: iPhone Air 5.5 with A8 and 16GB: $299 (on contract)iPhone Air 4.7 with A8 and 16GB: $199 (on contract)iPhone Color* 4.0 with A7 and 16GB: $99 (on contract)iPhone 5C 4.0 with A6 and 8GB: $0 (on contract) *The iPhone "Color" is an iPhone 5S repackaged in a plastic case just like the 5C, but it will include Touch ID.
      If Apple makes a new 4 inch iPhone it'll likely be a plastic cased iPhone 5S sold for $99 on contract. The new iPhone 6 (or whatever it's called) will likely only be available at 4.7 inches, with the possibility of a 5.5 inch Phablet version.
 It surprises me more people are interested in a "free" 5C than a $99 5S. 
I like the curved glass on the edges of the panel. I wonder though if that means there won't be chamfered metal edges as well?
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