Apple CEO Tim Cook pretended to be paying less attention to fans’ willingness and related buzzes on a large screen iPhone 6.
However, there’s a way out for iPhone 6 to appear bigger and slenderer than its predecessors. This is evident from Apple’s trials to compete with devices like Samsung Galaxy S4 and HTC One, both of which endorse a large and HD resolution display screen.
Tim Cook declared that Apple Inc. is concentrating on some delicious products for 2013. The CEO opted out of discussing details with the media. But rumors are inspired with a hint from his statement. Tech blogs are buzzing over release of iPhone 5S, iPad Mini 2 and iPad 5 with retina display this year.
A larger screen iPhone is supposed to come out this year, as can made out from the tech-tales. However, Tim Cook identified those rumors as insignificant, declaring that Apple has no such plans of releasing a big-screened iPhone this year.
Cook states that respite enhancement in display technology, iPhone 5 features a superlative display screen. Apple CEO also said that some people value the display size, whereas others are keen on resolution, white balance, color quality, power consumption, reflectivity, portability and application compatibility, which are keys to a wonderful display.
Cook also pointed out the fact that several competitors to Apple have compromised with these key display specs to market a bigger display screen. But Apple would not compromise with this primary goodness of display in order to extend its size. However, fans expect Apple to amalgamate an extended size with these utility aspects of display.