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Apple Is Reportedly Releasing Its Biggest iPhone Ever In 2020
By Thanussha Priyah, 29 Nov 2019
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Apple’s iPhone 11 series has been similar to the iPhone XS in terms of display size and design, but it looks like the tech giant could be unveiling a smartphone with a larger screen in 2020.
A report by South Korean news site ETNews details that Apple is working on an iPhone with a screen that measures 6.7 inches diagonally. Its largest phone right now is the iPhone Pro Max, which has a 6.5-inch display.
ETNews continues that Apple will retain a 6.1-inch model, as the 6.1-inch iPhone 11 from 2019 has been proven to be popular. The upgrade to iPhone 11 will purportedly also sport OLED screens from LG instead of the current LCD displays.
ETNews shares that a smaller 5.4-inch edition could be in the works. In contrast, the current iPhone 11 Pro has a 58-inch OLED display.
The report follows earlier rumors about iPhone 12 possibly being designed with quad rear cameras and an iPhone 4-inspired aesthetic.
[via New York Post, images via Apple]
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