Now a report by South China Morning Post indicates that the pair of iPhones that will make its debut this year will feature larger sapphire displays.
Citing sources “who have seen prototypes,” the publication writes that the smartphone will be available in two sizes screens, a 4.7-inch model and a 5.5-inch variant, with a pixel density of 441 pixels per inch (PPI).
By contrast, the current iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C come with a 326 PPI pixel density.
The report adds that the screen would be flat, not curved and that sapphire could replace the current Gorilla Corning Glass.
The next iPhone 6 models could arrive in September, South China Morning Post writes.