Apple has a hefty lineup of products launching this fall and into next year, or at least that's what analysts say.
On Monday, AllThingsD reported that the company would reveal its next-generation iPhone, the iPhone 5S, on Sept. 10. On Tuesday, Gene Munster, a technology analyst for Piper Jaffray, listed what his firm expects Apple to unveil into 2014.
Here's Munster's forecast in a note to clients:
iPhones (iPhone 5S and iPhone C)
Apple will kick off its product overhaul in September with the iPhone 5S and a low-cost iPhone, rumored to be named the iPhone C. Munster expects both items to be announced at the same event.
The low-cost iPhone will have plastic casing, a 4-inch display and internal specs below those of the iPhone 5 or 5S, the analyst wrote in his note. Apple is likely to exclude some software features, such as the Siri voice-recognition system, on the less expensive product, which probably will be priced at about $300, he said.
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As for the iPhone 5S, Munster said he doesn't expect any major hardware updates besides enhancing internal specs such as processor, battery and memory.
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"We believe that expectations for the 5S are minimal, with the core new features expected as a fingerprint sensor on the home button. We expect the iPhone 5S to include a fingerprint sensor with a basic unlocking feature but do not believe the sensor will be built into iOS 7 enough to introduce a feature like secure payments," Munster said. "We believe that payments could be a key feature of the next version of iOS in 2014."
Munster, who has an overweight rating on Apple's stock and a price target of $655, said he also sees September marking a "product transition" that will set the company on the path to earnings growth in March 2014. That would be the first year-over-year earnings growth since December 2012.