Apple is reportedly going to launch large display iPhone 6 in September 2014. iPhone 6 is rumored to come as a first big screen phablet of 5-inch with ability of one-hand operate.
It is already widely speculated that Apple will launch its next generation iPhone 6 in September 2014. But a new rumor emerges now that this new iPhone will not be smartphone but a phablet. A Japanese website Macotakara reports according to an English monthly computer Magazine "Mac Fan December 2013" that Apple will ship iPhone 6 in September 2014 as a phablet.
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It is also rumored that iPhone 6 will have a 5-inch LG liquid crystal display. This LCD will have 1920 x 1080 pixels of 440 pixels per inch resolution. The larger display iPhone will be thinner in size. Apple looks to shape both screen sides as 'thin as possible'. This will help Apple to make iPhone 6 the first phablet that can be operated with one-hand.
It is already speculated by many analysts that Apple is working on a big screen iPhone of size in between 4.5" to 5". Now this recent magazine report also points towards the launch of large display device. Big display phablets are becoming very popular these days in smartphone industry. No wonder, if Apple will like to launch its own large screen phablet to compete against rivals like Samsung.