Apple’s iPhone 5 Display Will Measure “At Least 4 Inches,” WSJ Says; Orders Already Placed

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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.

[via Reuters, The Wall Street Journal]


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