It has finally come to this. Apple is developing new iPhones. One with curved glass screens and enhanced sensors that detect different levels of pressure. And guess what? They are bigger too, according to a new report.
Rumor has it that they are toying with two sizes - 4.7 inches and 5.5 inches. And they would both use glass that curve downward at the edge. According to Bloomberg, citing anonymous sources familiar with the matter, the screen sizes rival that of Samsung's Galaxy Note 3.
It would most likely be released in the third quarter of next year, and the report added that Apple is also testing "pressure-sensitive technology".
Samsung and LG already have curved glass phones. Samsung's Galaxy Round has a 5.7 inch curved display, while LG is set to release their G Flex phone, which is curved from top to bottom. Here's some information:
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