Hargreaves is expecting a 4.7 inch screen on the iPhone 6, compared to the 4 inch glass on the Apple iPhone 5s. The analyst didn't say whether Apple would be using Gorilla Glass, or switching to a sapphire glass screen as some believe it will. He also does not expect a second phablet-sized model. There is speculation that Apple will launch a variant of the iPhone with a 5.5 inch screen to challenge Samsung's Galaxy Note phablet range.
And while there has been some talk about an earlier June or July release of the next-gen iPhone, Hargreaves says that Apple will stick with its fall release schedule, which means we should expect to see the Apple iPhone 6 launched in September or October.