Originally posted on 9to5Mac:
Update: Reuters backed up the WSJ’s report and claimed sources have indicated, “The new iPhone screens will measure 4 inches from corner to corner.” It also said that early production began at LG Display, Sharp Corp, and Japan Display, Inc., which would allow the device to hit production by August.
According to The Wall Street Journal, which cited “people familiar with the situation,” Apple is set to use “at least” a 4-inch screen on the sixth-generation iPhone. Many long-time iPhone customers requested that Apple move away from its 3.5-inch screen traditionally used on the iPhone to a larger screen like many Android handsets on the market. According to the report, Apple ordered “at least” 4-inch screens from Asian suppliers to go into production starting in June. Apple tapped LG Display, Sharp, and Japan Display, Inc., to manufacture the displays.
Late last week, Rene Ritchie of iMore shared some tidbits over what…
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