The iPhone 5S is still hot, and the 2-3 week timeframe you have to wait to grab one from Apple proves it, but the rumors and reports are already looking at what the future of the iPhone might be. Referred to as the iPhone 6, the next Apple smartphone, according to MacFan magazine, should land in September 2014.

The report suggests that the iPhone 6 will be larger, and sport a five-inch screen. The resolution will allegedly be bumped to 1920 x 1080 for a PPI rating of 440, and the report claims that Apple will put a lot of effort into narrowing the bezels as much as possible, allowing the Cupertino-based company to market the phone as the first phablet that truly allows one-handed operation. We’ve got a long time ahead of us until the next iPhone and we’re sure there will be a lot of additional rumors, but, for the time being, this is what the gossip’s all about.

Source: MacFan
Via: Macotakara

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