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Next iPhone May Have Bigger Screen
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LeonWill538
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LeonWill538,
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8/29/2013 | 7:58:26 AM
re: Next iPhone May Have Bigger Screen
Has anyone else read this article about the big screen iPhone?
Aroper-VEC
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7/23/2013 | 4:01:24 PM
re: Next iPhone May Have Bigger Screen
I don't think a larger iPhone screen will really make that big of a difference nor would it be a huge seller. Just look at the anemic sales pace of the iPad Mini for historical guidance. Bigger does not necessarily equate to better.
Greg MacSweeney
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7/18/2013 | 3:07:01 PM
re: Next iPhone May Have Bigger Screen
The form factor of the iPhone 5 is fine and keeping it the same size makes sense. The internal components, coupled with iOS7 would make the new iPhone really attractive (Faster processor, better battery life, and some cool features in iOS7).
keltypack
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7/17/2013 | 4:53:19 PM
re: Next iPhone May Have Bigger Screen
A single device is foolish. I think the mini, standard, and max form factors could be a good move. Samsung and HTC seem to be moving in that direction. Some people like smaller (4" to 4.3" screens), some people like larger (4.7" to 5" screens), and some people prefer giant (5.5" to 6" screens).

Having a limited number of different sized devices could be a benefit to AAPL. My guess is that the mid-sized device would sell the best, but the small and giant devices would also sell well.

After all, we all have hands of different sizes.


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