Gurman says that Apple is testing prototypes of the larger variant with a display resolution of 2688 x 1242 pixels. As for the body design, Apple could continue using the aluminium material for the cheaper 6.1-inch LCD iPhone, while the other two are using the glass back for wireless charging goal just like the iPhone 8. The company is reportedly planning on releasing three new versions of its mobile devices this year and one of them could be the biggest iPhone yet.
People familiar with the matter said the company is now engaged in production tests with iPhone suppliers, and the new models will reach the market this fall. The sides of the new large iPhone will sport stainless steel material while the team is mulling over adding a gold-colored variant to the list. It is evidently larger than the display found on the iPhone X and the notch is still in place, indicating that Apple will be sticking to this design for the foreseeable future.
The new larger dimensions is likely to drive a spike in sales similar to the one Apple experienced in the wake of the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 and 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus in 2014, after customers rushed to buy the new sizes.
The "biggest iPhone ever" would have a screen that measures 6.5 inches and is believed to be codenamed "D33" inside the company.
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The phones are already under production tests.
The iPhone X is also set to get an upgrade come this fall, according to the report.
The device will be Apple's first real attempt at created a budget device since it launched the iPhone 5c. Now that the report suggests that Apple is developing its supreme iPhone, the tech industry can further await pertaining to the leaks and rumors in the near future. But with a dual-SIM, a compromise might be reached.
The new phones could revive the screen size wars of years past at a time when smartphone makers are straining to come up with new features to lure buyers in a saturated market. The OLED screen will be replaced with an LCD version, saving on costs all the way around. They will include upgraded augmented reality capabilities through Apple's ARKit platform, deeper integration of Siri voice assistant and digital health monitoring, Bloomberg reported.