“According to Chinese analyst Sun Chyang Xu, who was pretty spot on about Google X phone developments last year, Apple may start the trial production of 4.7” iPhone 6 as early as next month,” Stasys Bielinis reports for Unwired View.
“Then, if things go as planned, it will begin a full scale mass production in May,” Bielinis reports. “Which is about right for iPhone 6 announcement during Apple WWDC conference on June 10th.”
“According to Chyang Xu, the 4.7” iPhone will keep the 1136×640 pixel screen resolution of its predecessor,” Bielinis reports. “With higher resolution displays reserved for the bigger 5.7” iPhones later.”
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