By Anton D. Nagy | November 10, 2013 9:04 AM
According to this latest report, based on what “a person familiar with the plans” claims, Apple is planning on a rather bold redesign for the iPhone next year. It will include bigger screens, curved glass, as well as improved pressure sensors “that can detect different levels of pressure”.
The timeframe for all this is the second half of next year, when Apple is allegedly going to release not one, but two iPhones, with curved glasses towards the bottom edge. These will reportedly be Apple’s largest phones to date, at 4.7 and 5.5 inches. However, these are, according to the latest gossip, in project/testing phases, and, as we all know, Apple loves to test several designs. Q3 is the date rumored, which is also noting new, as it is the time for updating the iPhone line-up. We advise you to get your skeptical mask on, as we, ourselves, are taking this with a fairly large dose of salt.