Apple has been rumored for a while now to be moving into larger screen diagonal segments over the following months, both for the iPad and the iPhone. While the iPad Pro has received a few concepts and designs we’ve yet to figure a propper and decent format for the bigger iPhone. Today’s rumor has some hints about that format…
The newcomer is said to take cues from the iPhone 5c and the seventh generation iPod nano. The information comes from Japanese blog Macotakara, that quotes a trusted source. Apple is said to have designed two larger iPhone models, with 4.7 inch and 5.7 inch displays, both launching later this year. The new models adopt a design that’s supposed to be a cross between the iPhone 5c and the 7th generation iPod Nano.
Also, the new and larger iPhone will be a higher end model, not a cheap replacement for the iPhone 5c. You should also know that the bigger iPhone will come in a range of colors, like the 4c, but with an anodized aluminum body and not a plastic one. The 5.7 incher is said to be 7 mm thick, which means it’s even thinner than the iPad Air.
This would make its camera protrude out a little bit. What do you think of this model?