Tuesday, October 29, 2013

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Apple iPhone 6 Said to Feature 5-Inch 1080p 440 PPI Display

A new report is predicting that Apple's next iPhone will feature a 5-inch 1080p 440 PPI display.

Macotakara relays the report from the Japanese computer magazine, "Mac Fan 2013 December."

This report says coming iPhone 6 may have 1920 x 1080 pixel 5 inch 440 ppi LCD. In spite of using large LCD, Apple seems to shape both side of screen thin as possible, and may promote iPhone 6 as first one-hand operate-able Phablet.

Apple apparently is aiming to ship the device in September 2014.

Notably, Piper Jaffary analyst Gene Munster also believes that Apple will launch a 'blockbuster' iPhone 6 with a larger display; however, Munster thinks Apple will release the device next summer.

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