Sep 06

According to The Wall Street Journal, Apple is testing prototype iPhones with screens as large as six inch, however they are not expected to be released this year. Apple is routinely testing prototype devices and these models might never be released, but it is nice to hear that Apple is interested in testing these devices, meaning that a larger screen might be released in the future. » Apple Testing Prototype iPhones With Six-Inch Screens

Jan 09

DigiTimes reports that Apple will roll out a low-cost version of the iPhone for China and other emerging markets in the second half of 2013, according to supply-chain sources. “Some sources claimed that they have seen the sample of the low-cost iPhone, which will come with a larger display, meeting the prevailing trend for the adoption of 5-inch displays for high-end models. They added that the low-priced iPhone will also have a brand new exterior design.» Apple To Roll Out Low-Cost iPhone For Emerging Markets in 2013?

Sep 09

Yesterday we showed you that Apple is decorating the front of the Yerba Buena center in preparation for their September 12th media event. If you take a look at the banner above it looks nothing more than a nice design, but one MacRumors forum visitor believes the facade show stretched iOS icons. He believes that you can see stretched versions of iOS icons including Game Center, iTunes, Music and App Store in the image and Macrumors created a shrinked down version of Apple’s banner where you can see clearly recognizable iOS icons.

Check out after the break for more information about Apple’s Yerba Buena Center banner. » Apple’s Yerba Buena Decoration Shows Stretched iOS Icons, Possibly Hinting at Taller iPhone 5