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article imageiPhone 6 looks to sport bigger, curved screen

By Oliver VanDervoort     Nov 10, 2013 in Technology
Apple is developing iPhones that come with a bigger screen and that have a curved display, according to a new report that surfaced this morning.
While there hasn't been a huge change to the design of the company's flagship phone since the iPhone 5 increased screen size incrementally, the iPhone 6 could look drastically different.
A person familiar with the Cupertino company's plans says that two new models will be released in the second half of next year. Those models will carry a larger screen that curves down at the bottom.
This person, who refused to be identified, told Bloomberg news that the new models will come with screen sizes of 4.7 and 5.5 inches. That largest screen model challenges the Galaxy Note 3 which comes with a 5.7 inch display.
The iPhone 6 would apparently also be a direct challenge to the recently unveiled Galaxy Round.
The new Apple phones are close to be completion, but they won't hit the market until at least fall 2014. That would keep in line with what the computing and mobile gadget giant has done in the past.
The last few versions of the iPhone have all come in late August or early September, just in time for people to add them to their Holiday shopping list.
In other development news, Apple is still working on pressure sensitive technology, but the person in the know says it likely won't be included in the next generation of phone. It appears that 2015 is the earliest time we could see that particular feature.
Is a much bigger screen something that is attractive to you when looking to buy an Apple iPhone 6?
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