Since the Samsung Galaxy Round and LG G Flex arrived in stores and newspaper articles, there have been a lot of speculations whether curved smartphone screens will be the next big thing to trend in technology. Just recently, it seems that Apple Inc has already started on developing two models of iPhones with curved screen – which will be released in the late 2014. According to Bloomberg, which released the specific news first, it will be incorporated with a much better touch and screen features which will introduce finer sensitivity to pressure when being navigated by its users.
Technical Details For The Future iPhone
In terms of what these new iPhones will look like, Apple Inc will be showcasing two mobile handsets with 4.7 inches and 5.5 inches of diagonal screen sizes. Just like what the company did when it unveiled the iPhone 5S and 5C, the two models are going to be released at only one point in time, although, this is only a theory. Apple can still change its mind when it comes to such technicalities. However, if you consider the circumstances, it is only a logical thing to do because the company has done it before. The only thing that individuals are worried about is the fact that two large smartphones may be too much for consumers to handle.
Essentially, this is not the first time that reports about the Apple developing larger devices – with sizes between 4.8 inches and 6 inches – are heard. However, this really is the first when it comes to a reliable information which even provided when the future iPhone handsets are going to be released. Some tech and rumor websites are saying that it may be around October or even later in the year 2014.
Sensor And Touchscreen Development
Aside from the news about the new iPhone handsets, Apple Inc is also planning on improving its sensors and touch screen features. For some iPhone consumers who think that the current handsets from Apple are lacking in terms of its screen size, this report will actually sound a little interesting. With Apple’s latest innovation, its new handsets will be incorporated with “true pressure sensitivity” – which is something that would enable consumers to draw and write by hand through compatible applications on their devices. According to marketers, Apple can promote its future devices as professional handsets aside from having an improved screen where even quick photo editing can be done.
This is one of the first published news about the Apple Inc’s reported plans and, whether we like it or not, it is still too early to declare judgements as to what the tech experts and consumers think about it. Currently, curved screens go with an expensive price while devices with larger screens seems more practical and interesting.