Codename 'iPhone Math' coming in June with 4.8-inch display

Codename 'iPhone Math' coming in June with 4.8-inch display
According to a new China Times report, Apple is working on a new iPhone, codenamed "Math" to launch along side the upcoming iPhone 5S in June.

The new phone will feature a 4.8-inch screen, making it competitive with most Android devices, especially the Galaxy S III (and likely IV).

Component makers will begin production in March with mass production starting in mid-April. Foxconn will handle over 90 percent of the build, excluding the cameras.

The iPhone 5S, as with past Apple updates, will feature the same display size as its predecessor (4-inches) and include some upgraded internals and a new iOS variant.

A June release would mean that Apple has finally learned that a full one-year product cycle may be too long when the company only has one device.

Written by: Andre Yoskowitz @ 21 Jan 2013 10:42
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  • TrinUK

    Drifts off whilst reading...

    Trin - Making Digital Waves

    21.1.2013 11:40 #1

  • DDR4life

    Zzzz Zzz

    On a personal note. I just now realized I have been promoted to "member". Yay, me!

    22.1.2013 02:52 #2

  • zxe45

    So the time date for this new phone is this year, but it's not the iphone 5S, so will this me a mini mini ipad. It would give apple a part of the bigger screen market

    22.1.2013 04:39 #3

  • Dragon3000

    Go away Apple, nobody likes you apart from the drones with zero personality.

    22.1.2013 08:53 #4

  • aw2600

    Am I the only one that read the headline as "iPhone Meth"?

    22.1.2013 10:27 #5

  • ddp

    DDR4life, bummer!!!! have to do something about that!!! congrates

    22.1.2013 13:20 #6

  • xboxdvl2

    Originally posted by aw2600: Am I the only one that read the headline as "iPhone Meth"? give it time and being addicted to apple products will be classed as a mental disorder and people will receive treatment for it and claim disability pension for it.

    i have the big screen tv,a ps3 and 5.1 channel surround still runs smooth and computer still works but its a bit outdated.

    22.1.2013 13:37 #7

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