Apple Is Road-Testing 6-Inch Large IPhone Models

Posted: Sep 6 2013, 2:46am CDT | by , Updated: Sep 6 2013, 4:41am CDT, in Apple


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Apple Tests 6-Inch iPhone Models

Apple is reportedly road-testing its larger iPhone models with 6-inch screen size. The giant tech firm is always ready to take its products for a ride in order to certify their capabilities and functioning.

Apple iPhone models with large screens are definitely in. The company is testing models with screens as large as 6 inches. Now, that is exactly 2 inches larger than its extant models. Such large-screened models don’t configure among the present versions. The thing is this. Apple was left in the lurch with all of its five versions carrying 3.5 inch display units.

However, now Apple is experimenting with larger samples. Among the works under construction are a 13 inch iPad and of course the iPhone 5 which has a 4 inch screen. The pixel complexity would increase along with the larger screens. As for the opinion polls, they all show that people want bigger screens on iPhones.

The “Big is Beautiful” slogan may just enter the territory of 7 inch devices. This is a popular trend found in capitalism. Whatever the public wants is given to it provided it is physically possible and cost-efficient. Thus capitalism becomes a dream-fulfiller of sorts although at what price to the environment this happens one cannot say.

While the September 10th launch of Apple’s new models will sport the same specifications, the next time around (whenever that is) the sizes will be magnified beyond the ordinary. Therefore, though the products are being run through a series of tests, they will not be appearing on shelves this year.

Source: WSJ

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