New iPhone will have four-inch screen, Wall Street Journal claims
Thursday, May 17, 2012/
The new iPhone released this year will have a four-inch screen, according to the latest report in the Wall Street Journal.
The report, which echoes numerous others that have been made about the sixth-generation iPhone featuring a larger screen, claims the display will measure “at least four inches diagonally”.
The WSJ also says orders for panels have been placed, adding that LG, Sharp and Japan Display will all help manufacture the screens.
Although Apple’s World Wide Developer’s Conference is set to take place next month, analysts only expect an iOS 6 preview and do not expect any hardware to be shown until later in the year.
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