Apple Will Handle Larger Screens for Next iPhone


Apple Will Handle Larger Screens for Next iPhone: Apple has asked its Asian suppliers larger screens for the next generation of its smartphone iPhone. The new screens are bigger than the previous iPhone models. The start of production of the new screens are expected to start next June and these will measure at least 4 inches.

The arrival of the new generation of iPhone is scheduled for later this year, around October, taking into account the above presentations made by Cupertino. Another aspect that Apple is no change in secrecy to confirm or deny its future product specifications or rumors that arise months prior to presentation.

This makes the gadgets from Apple are causing the most excitement among users and their keynotes will be followed by thousands of users worldwide.

Following the tradition, new information about the new generation iPhone comes out, this time from the hand of the U.S. newspaper The Wall Street Journal. A source familiar with the situation confirmed that Apple has ordered its Asian suppliers making larger screens than those known to date for the next iPhone.

The production of these screens would begin next month is June, which measured at least 4 inches 3.5 inches compared to the last ‘smarpthone’ Apple’s iPhone 4S. It would be a screen surface with an increase of approximately 30 percent.

This decision suggests that the Cupertino company is trying to make your smartphone more attractive amid fierce competition with rival Samsung. South Korea, which became the world’s largest maker of mobile phones in the first quarter, has recently introduced its new flagship, the Galaxy S III, a new smartphone with a 4.8 inch screen, one of the largest smartphone screens.

As expected, Apple has not confirmed or denied this information, but if true, would mean a change for the company’s devices. Since its first iPhone in 2007, Apple has never changed the size of your iPhone screen has always been of 3.5 inches. For the next iPhone, Apple is working with several manufacturers of displays, including the South Korean company LG, Sharp and Japan Display, the latter a new company created last month by three Japanese companies and government.