The iPhone 5 is rumored since a while to have a larger display. Today the Wall Street Journal claims to have a source confirming that Apple ordered screens that are larger than the iPhone 4S display from Asian manufacturers.
Welcome to a new iPhone 5 rumor. Today it is not Digitimes breaking an Asian supply chain rumor. It is the Wall Street Journal. According to people familiar with the situation, Apple has ordered screens from Asian manufacturers that are bigger than the current 3.5-inch iPhonescreen.
The production of the iPhone 5 screens is supposed to start next month. The size is at least 4-inches. We have reported about rumors and speculations of the iPhone 5 screen before. The current assumption is that the iPhone 5 is going to be taller and that the aspect ratio is going to change.
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