“Somewhere around a dozen independent reports claim to have confirmed Apple’s plans to launch two new iPhone models in 2014, and now we can toss another one onto the pile,” Zach Epstein reports for BGR. “This latest report comes from South Korea’s top brokerage KDB Daewoo Securities, which is known for having inside sources that have accurately foretold companies’ plans on numerous occasions in the past.”
“The biggest difference between the standard ‘iPhone 6’ and the 2014 iPhone model that will climb into phablet territory is in fact that display size. According to KDB, the iPhone 6 will sport a 4.7- or 4.8-inch screen while the larger iPhone model will pack a 5.5-inch display,” Epstein reports. “The firm notes that the iPhone 6′s display will sport full HD resolution (1,920 x 1,080 pixels) while the phablet will reach into 2K “quad HD” territory (2,272 x 1,280 pixels).”
“The note states that Apple’s new iPhones will debut in either the second quarter or third quarter this year,” Epstein reports. “Earlier reports from solid sources suggested that the phones will debut in September, just as Apple’s iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c did last year.”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Dan K.” for the heads up.]