Wednesday, May 18, 2016

’s iPhone 6 said to fture 4.5 to 5-inch display, not a massive 6-inch screen

It looks like we couldn’t even make it to’siPhone 5SandiPhone 5Cunveiling on Tuesday before the rumor mill shifted focus to ’siPhone 6. A report fromThe Wall Street Journallate last week suggested that is currently testing new iPhone designs that include screens as large as 6 inchesas development of its next-eration iPhone model for 2014 kicks into high gr. That may be the case but according to plugged-in KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who likely has the best track record out there when it comes to unannounced plans, ’s iPhone 6 specs will not include a 6-inch display despiteWSJ’sreport.In a recent note to clients picked upby9to5Mac, Kuo wrote that ’s iPhone 6 will indeed finally fture a larger display in response to recent shifts in the smartphone market, but it won’t be as massive as theJournalsuggested it might be. Instd, the new model’s screen will msure between 4.5 inches and 5 inches diagonally. Kuo also said that the display on ’s new iPhone model next yr will continue to use in-cell touch technology in order to keep the panel as thin as possible.In the mntime, ’s new iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C are expected to be unveiled during a press conference on Tuesday. And unfortunately for those who are gerly awaiting an iPhone with a larger screen, both new iPhone models that will launch this yr are expected to include the same 4-inch Retina display currently found in the iPhone 5.

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