Everyone and their brother seems to have crafted an elaborate tale around Apple’s next iPhone, but today’s report comes from a legitimate source that claims Apple’s next iPhone will pack a display with a minimum size of 4-inches. “[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,” The Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday. Apple is expected to begin production of the 4-inch new iPhone in June, which lines up with reports that suggested Apple is scaling back production of its current iPhones in preparation of a new model. LG, Japan Display and Sharp will reportedly supply the new display. A separate report from Reuters also reiterated the same 4-inch screen size.
Todd Haselton has been professionally writing since 2006 during his undergraduate days at Lehigh University. He started out as an intern with MaximumPC Magazine and has since written for Ars…
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