“A report from Korean site ET News says Apple is working hard on the next big iteration of its cash cow smartphone dubbed “iPhone Air,” according to sources somewhere in the Chinese IT and supply chain universe,” Eric Mack reports for Forbes.
“To earn the moniker already bestowed upon the top-of-the-line iPad and Mac models, the new iPhone will reportedly measure only 6 millimeters thick (Apple refers to this measurement more often as ‘depth’),” Mack reports. “For comparison, the current iPhone 5S has a depth of 7.6 mm and the old-school iPhone 3GS is a seemingly clunky brick by 2014 standards, measuring in at over 12 mm thick.”
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