Apple To Launch Large Display IPhones, IWatch, Retina IPad Mini In 2014

Posted: Oct 9 2013, 9:07am CDT | by , in Apple


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Apple to Launch Large Display iPhones, iWatch, Retina iPad Mini in 2014
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Apple Incorporated was the first to get there in terms of display technology. Now it is looking forward to relying on larger display features in several of its future products such as the iPhone, Retina iPad mini and the MacBook Air.

Apple has quite a load of changes in store for its fans. It plans to completely overhaul the screen sizes on its entire line of products. And this includes the large version of the iPhone which is yet to come.

From the time span between this year and the next, Apple is renovating its stuff and looking for fresh avenues of radical transformation. Its display screens are all ready to undergo a makeover that will leave them totally unlike they were before. A new iPhone along with a spanking “phablet” will be hitting stores some time next year. We can only wait with bated breath while Apple works on these precious futuristic products.

The journey began with LED devices. Then things suddenly got faster. Gadgets featuring OLED and AMOLED came on the scene and Apple faced some tough competition from the likes of Samsung which was using these nascent technologies. The larger screens at Apple are a trick-of-the-trade that the high tech firm wants to use to push back its rivals.

Besides these, Apple has an iWatch and the much awaited Apple TV in the pipeline too. These will come into being in the year 2014. A larger iPad too figures in the equation somewhere. Stay on the lookout in future times for these treats from Apple.

Source: DisplaySearch

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