Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Apple is reportedly going to launch iPhone with big screen

According to analyst Peter Misek, Apple is unlikely to change the shape or basic structure of the iPhone in 2013, and is instead planning on releasing an update, the iPhone 5s, this year. 

Apple CEO Tim Cook said on the company’s March-quarter earnings call that smartphone vendors have made too many “tradeoffs” with the user experience on handsets with large displays, and he has no interest in making similar sacrifices with the iPhone. According to him, Apple is not going to change the screen size to a long one. 

Misek didn’t say how big the screen will be, but rumors are spreading on the web that iphone will show multiple screen sizes. A lot of manufacturers are now working on large screen sizes, but Apple doesn't seem to be in the philosophy of large is best. The Galaxy S4 has a 5-inch screen, the HTC One has a 4.7-inch display, Galaxy Note II has 5.5 inch screen, while recenlty launched Samsung Galaxy Mega sport 6.3 and 5.8 inch display.

We don't know whether Peter Misek will be correct or Apple won't release such iPhone, all we can is to wait for WWDC 2013 which is going to take place in San Fransisco, from June 10-14. Let's see what is special for us at there?

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