Apple’s new iPhone will arrive in two screen sizes “as early as September,” Japan’s Nikkei Asian Review reports. The report claims mass production of LCD panels will start next quarter, noting the resolution of the handset “is expected to be significantly higher than that of current models.” As previously reported, Nikkei claims the new iPhone will allegedly come in two screen sizes — 4.7” and 5.5”. Another report claimed the two screen sizes could be 4.7” and an even larger 5.7”.
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