NEW YORK (AP) - A published report says the
new iPhone will have a thinner screen. That could leave more room for a
The Wall Street Journal is
citing unnamed people familiar with the matter in reporting that the new
iPhone will have a screen that can sense touches without the need for a
separate, touch-sensitive layer.
Tuesday's report says that would shave off half a millimeter from the thickness of the screen.
That doesn't mean the phone
itself will be thinner. For instance, Apple might use the space freed
up to expand the battery. That, in turn, could offset some of the higher
battery drain expected from chips that use new, high-speed wireless
Apple doesn't comment on its product plans. A new iPhone is expected this fall.
Sunday, May 12 2013 10:54 PM EDT2013-05-13 02:54:09 GMT
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