According to a digital consumer electronics magazine, Apple is likely to join hands with Wistron to manufacture iPhone 6C while the other two phones iPhone 6S , 6 Plus  will be assembled by Foxconn and Pegatron.

In September last year Apple had launched iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus and both the devices recorded massive sales.

If reports are to believed, the upcoming devices will feature LTPS panels. While panels for the two devices-- iPhone 6S Plus and iPhone 6C -- will be manufactured by Japan Display, Sharp and LG Display and for  iPhone 6S, the panels will be bought from Japan Display and LG.

The displays of the phones will be adorned with Corning Gorilla Glass and the iPhone 6S/6S Plus will sport Apple's new A9 chips while iPhone 6C will be fitted with A8 chip along with the NFC connectivity and fingerprint scanning capability all the three handsets will get.

Reportedly, the company is considering to imply upgraded camera technology which will feature  advanced three-sensor based module. According to another report by a website, company will use a two-lens system in the camera of the next-generation iPhone. The upcoming devices will also be blessed with touch sensors to determine user's blood pressure and pulse rate.

To improve camera's performance on the light front, Apple might fix the devices with dual lens set up  which will enhance picture quality and it will also add optical zoom capability to the camera. Apple will also accommodate its Force Touch technology, which was used in Apple smart watch, in the upcoming smartphones. The technology will basically enhance the user's interaction with the phone by differentiating between light touches and long presses.