iPhone 6 to feature one-handed mode, iWatch to bring flexible display

Concept by Martin Hajek

After the revelations from The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times now brings new details on the future Apple products.

The iPhone 6 is expected to come in two variants, one with a 4.7-inch screen and the other featuring a display that measures 5.5 inches.

The publication claims that the highly anticipated device will come with a one-handed mode to allow easy operability despite its larger screen.

The new function could be activated and deactivated by a simple button.

As far as the iWatch is concerned, the New York Times confirms that the smartwatch will come in two sizes and equipped with a number of health functions.

The sensors will be able to track users’ movements and vital signs, such as heart rate and footsteps.

The newspaper also reports that the watch will have a flexible screen which will be protected by a layer of sapphire.

To recharge the watch, Apple has reportedly opted for a wireless solution as experiments on solar charging have failed.