According to a report by WSJ, Apple seems to have finally made-up its mind to follow the foot-steps of Samsung when it comes to display size. The report suggests that the Fruit giant has ordered big 4-inch screen from its Asian suppliers for the next iPhone model.
WSJ reports :-
Apple, which is expected to launch its next-generation iPhone later this year, has ordered screens from its Asian suppliers that are bigger than the ones used in iPhones since they debuted in 2007, people familiar with the situation said.
Production is set to begin next month for the screens, which measure at least 4 inches diagonally compared with 3.5 inches on the iPhone 4S, the latest phone from Apple, the people said.
According to the Journal report, Apple is partnering with multiple companies this time for the production of the screen for the next iPhone. Those companies include : Sharp, LG and Japan Display, a new company born last month out of the partnership between the Japanese government and Sony, Hitachi and Toshiba.
Despite the fact being that Apple is the biggest client of the Korean electronics giant Samsung, the report makes no mention regarding Apple contacting Samsung for production of their next flagship smartphone’s display screen.
Many iPhone users are getting tired by looking at their smartphone which has been looking the same for so many years. It’s small screen has been the most irritating part when compared with those giant Samsung displays which attracts everybody. Looks like iPhone users prayers are likely to be positively answered with those big screens. Apple is still declining to comment on any speculations, when something official comes in, we’ll let you know exactly how much Apple cares regarding its users wishes.