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Tim Cook is thinking about New iPhone with a Larger Display

January 24, 2013 | Leave a comment(0) Go to comments

In our previous Post we reported you about the next iPhone. Many analysts said that next iPhone will be low cost iPhone or may be launched with the bigger screen size. But these all are predictions from the analysts and different sources. We also mentioned that Apple has’t officially said about the newest iPhone. Today we have a news for the next iPhone. Apple CEO Tim Cook answer a question on a phone call about the possibility of the company releasing an iPhone with a larger display.

Bill Shope analyst asked Tim Cook the following question:

Many of your smartphone competitors are now focused on differentiating themselves with larger screen sizes than that of the iPhone 5 and your predecessor product. How do you think about the competitive dynamics of the market right now in that respect. Do you think that’s a valid point of differentiation and do you think that there is a long term case for a larger screen size or at least a larger variety of screen sizes for iPhones and the smartphone category in general.

Against this question Apple CEO Tim Cook answered:

Bill, It’s Tim. The iPhone 5 offers as you know a new 4-inch Retina display which is the most advanced display in the industry. No one comes close to matching the level of quality in the Retina display. It also provides a larger screen size for iPhone customers without sacrificing the one handed ease of use that our customers love. We put a lot of thinking into screen size and believe me, we picked the right one.

According to the analysts that next iPhone will come with a large Retina display of 4.8-inch. Now we can analyze that Tim Cook is also thinking about the large display of newest iPhone. Lets see that will Apple launch the next iPhone with a large display.

Tim Cook



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