Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak said that the iPhone 6 should have a larger screen display.
Steve 'The Woz' Wozniak attended the Apps World 2013 and delivered a keynote to investors where he said that he "still likes the iPhone best". However, the Apple icon also said that he is attracted to Android smartphones and he thinks that Apple should respond to the growing demand for bigger screen size.
"At first, I bought Android phones [to] do personal experimentation and I didn't like it, until about the Nexus One. There's a few I've liked a little along the way, but when it came to the Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note - these are pretty good phones," Wozniak said.
"The HTC One and the Galaxy S4 - my eye is drawn to the nice big glowing screen...I'd like a larger screen," he said.
A wide array of Android smartphones boot large screen displays that leave Apple biting the dust.
Last week, America's top shot businessman Donald Trump said via tweet Apple must increase the screen of the iPhone.
Despite the clamour for bigger screen display on iPhone, Apple still has not responded on the request. Reports said that when a prominent businessman like Donald Trump said that you are losing your standing in the market, you should get into action immediately.
However, analysts predicted that iPhone 6 will come with a larger screen display between 4.8 to 6 inches in size. Moreover, various concept images emerged showing that the next iPhone will have a larger screen display.
There were rumours that iPhone 6 will be Apple's take on smartphone-tablet hybrid market and will battle head on with other phablets such as Samsung Galaxy Note series.
According to the on-going rumours, iPhone 6 will retain some of the unveiled features of the iPhone 5S such as the 64-bit A7 processor, M7 graphics chip, Touch ID fingerprint sensor and iOS 7. However, the device will finally add features like Near Field Communication and 128GB internal storage that were not seen in previous models.
As for the iPhone 6 release date, Apple still has not confirmed yet as to when it will unveil the iPhone 6. However, speculations arise that the device will arrive in the first quarter of 2014, most probably in March.
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