Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Up-sized iPhone set for release in September

Italian designer Federico Ciccarese's vision of what the iPhone 6 prototypes 

Apple is often targeted by other smartphone manufacturers for sticking to its small screens while others are growing in by inches every time they bring out a new flagship version.

May be to counter the size-growing threat and likely to lose customers who want bigger screens, Apple seems to have decided to bring out an 'up-sized' phone - the iPhone 6 perhaps, in September later this year, reports South China Morning Post.

The tech giant is reported to have decided to roll out the iPhone 6 in two sizes - 4.7 inch and 5.5 inch - in September, according to industry insiders who have seen the prototypes.

This means that apple will depart from its long time 4" screens and go closer to Samsung'Galaxy's 5" screen.

The new iPhone screen will be made entirely from scratch-resistant sapphire crystal glass. It may be added that Sapphire crystal is second to diamond as the hardest material. This will be used in iPhone camera lens cover and touch identification.

And competing with superior display of Samsung Galaxy S4 of 441 pixels per inch (ppi), apple too has decided to depart from its present 326 ppi and upgrade it to 441 ppi to be at par with Samsung.

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