Next-generation Apple iPhone Expected To Come In Multiple Sizes

Apr 11, 13 Next-generation Apple iPhone Expected To Come In Multiple Sizes

The next-generation Apple iPhones are expected to come in different sizes to take on other big screen Android devices. Apple until now had sticked to smaller screen size however, according to analyst it has a new game plan in place to counter the competition.

According to Brian White, the latest models would roll out in two or three different screen size. Brian never disclosed details to what screen sizes that the Cupertino manufacturer had opted for.

The new models will be showcased in the month of July this year. Brian wrote in an investors note,”We believe Apple is coming around to the fact that one size per iPhone release does not work for everyone, and offering consumers an option has the potential to expand the company’s market share.”

The report has sent ripples in the tech world of handset manufacturers. No wonder, when they are out in the market, it will take head on head with several other big screen Android players in the market namely HTC Butterfly, Samsung Galaxy S4 and LG Optimus G Pro.

The investor note from Brian went on to say, “Our research is now indicating that we should not expect the price to dip below $300 and those expecting a $150 to $200 iPhone will be disappointed. We have previously discussed an [average selling price] of $250 to $300 for a lower priced iPhone; however, a price tag of $300 to $350 now makes more sense.”

The Apple iPhone 5S is expected to launch in different screen sizes and will also come in number of colours. They expected to come in eight colors. The phones are anticipated to be officially announced by June with market launch happening by July.

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