“With Apple widely expected to launch a new, larger iPhone model this year, a new report claims the external design will take numerous cues from the company’s mid-range iPhone 5c, as well as its seventh-generation iPod nano,” Neil Hughes reports for AppleInsider.
“Alleged details on Apple’s plans for this year’s iPhone lineup were published on Tuesday by Japanese blog Macotakara,” Hughes reports. “Citing a trusted source, author Danbo said that Apple has designed two larger iPhone models, sporting 4.7- and 5.7-inch displays, which are final candidates for launch later this year.”
“The new models are apparently a cross between the design of the iPhone 5c and the seventh-generation iPod nano. According to the source, the new, larger iPhone won’t be a replacement for the existing iPhone 5c, but will be akin to a higher-end model,” Hughes reports. “Like the iPhone 5c, the seventh-generation iPod nano comes in a range of colors, but does so with an anodized aluminum body rather than plastic.”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Dan K.” for the heads up.]