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Rumors about the next generation iPhone have been accelerating in recent weeks. The majority of iPhone 6 rumors have focused on the screen size of the device, which is expected to increase. The size of the iPhone’s display grew from 3.5 inches to 4 inches with the iPhone 5, and with the next generation iPhone, the screen will grow even larger
Apple has been experimenting with a wide variety of screen sizes, with the most consistent rumors suggesting a range of 4.7 inches and 5.5 inches, bringing the next iPhone in line with competing Android and Windows phones that have all adopted larger displays.
Apple even acknowledged in an internal presentation that consumers want phones with larger displays. Based on that evidence, it seems pretty clear the company is planning to address the segment of market that desires larger phones.
Hints of a larger iPhone first surfaced way back in December 2012, when an analyst noted the existence of iPhone 6 prototypes with a screen size of 4.8 inches. Then in January 2013, a sketchy rumor suggested Apple would debut a 4.8-inch “iPhone Math” alongside the iPhone 5s, and for short period of time, larger-screened iPhone rumors became attached to the iPhone 5s and a 2013 release, with initial rumors indicating Apple would launch both a smaller and a larger iPhone in 2013.
Current iPhones use Low Temperature Poly Silicon (LTPS) technology, and Apple is likely to continue using that technology for the iPhone 6.
With the iPad Air and Retina iPad mini, Apple adopted Indium Gallium Zinc Oxide (IGZO) technology in order to create thinner displays that draw less power than seen with the amorphous silicon (a-Si) displays used on previous models, but LTPS already offers better electron mobility than IGZO and thus Apple will almost certainly continue using LTPS in its smaller iOS devices for the time being.
IPHONE 6 RELEASE DATE
According to a recent report from Japanese business site Nikkei, the Apple may introduce its larger-screened iPhones as early as September, which is consistent with past year’s iPhone releases. The 4.7″ iPhone is expected to hit the market first around September while the 5.5″ won’t be available until the very end of the year.