It looks like iPhone 6 rumors have already kicked into high gear. It hasn’t even been three weeks since Apple’s record-smashing iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c debut, but the rumor mill has already moved on to bigger and better things. And by “bigger,” we quite literally mean “bigger.” A new report from well-respected Apple analyst Peter Misek on Monday suggested that Apple’s next-generation iPhone 6 will sport a larger 4.8-inch display. The addition of a bigger screen on Apple’s next iPhone would be a pretty huge deal for Apple, and it would also be a direct response to the larger screens that are now commonplace on Android-powered iPhone rivals. Now, just one day later, another solid report suggests Apple’s next flagship iPhone will indeed feature a bigger display.
According to DisplaySearch analyst David Hsieh, Apple is toying with two different display sizes for its upcoming iPhone 6. Both feature more standard high-definition resolution than Apple’s current Retina displays, which would be a welcome change for many people. Hsieh’s report, which is based on his research in Apple’s supply chain, suggests that the company is testing both a 4.7-inch panel with 1,280 x 720-pixel resolution and a 5.7-inch display with full HD 1080p resolution.