If you are constantly keeping yourself updated with the latest rumors and leaks surrounding Apple’s gadgets, you probably know by now that the new iPhone 6, promised to hit the world sometime this fall, threw the specialists and fans altogether in never-ending debates regarding the iPhone’s 6 larger screen, a feature that clearly speaks of Apple’s intentions to top the competition in the smartphone market.
New evidence that the iPhone 6 will definitely have a larger screen aren’t confirmed so far by neither Apple, nor the three rumored iPhone screen suppliers, but the word on the web is that Japan Display, Sharp, and LG Display have been taken on board to start producing the said screens sometimes in May. To add more evidence to the leaks already provided by sources who insisted on preserving their anonymity, the new iPhone 6 will enter the world with a 4.7-inch screen, just to release the 5.5-inch version at a later date which nobody has yet a clue about.
While the iPhone 5s and 5c version screens will look like midgets in comparison to the iPhone’s 6 larger display (a feature most of Apple’s fans will embrace in the blink of an eye), the newest smartphone coming from Apple is still under some pressure: in-cell production technology for the larger 5.5-inch size iPhone 6 is difficult to manage in mass – production, therefore Apple decided to begin with the smaller 4.7 inch display, supposedly under the care of Japan Display. The following 5.5 inch display version is rumored to show up a few months later and to feature a shift from the in – cell technology to film sensor technology.
While the iPhone 6 tech features are more than appealing and now with the more and more evidence coming to support the rumor that iPhone 6 will definitely have a larger screen, there is a question that begs for an answer: will be Apple able to win over the competition and hold its ground as the leader of tech innovation, just like CEO Tim Cook promised, or are we going to have yet another smartphone thrown in an overly – saturated cell phones market?