People have criticised Apple for not innovating its design of mobile phones enough of the last few years. However, if recent reports are to believed, the Cupertino company could have big plans in-store for the iPhone 6.
According to Bloomberg News, the American manufacturer is planning on producing much bigger devices than its current models. We've heard before that the company could be releasing a six-inch handset, maybe for its next flagship.
The news provider's source also claimed something that hasn't been in the rumour mill yet. Rumours claim that Apple is planning on introducing curved display technology and the iPhone 6 could be the biggest design rethink for the firm since the first iPhone launched in 2008, according to the report.
Bloomberg also claims that the company could be improving its touchscreen sensors that could be capable of distinguishing between light and heavy presses.
It is thought that these handsets would be released next year, which would fit in with the timescale for the launch of the iPhone 6.
Posted by Peter Robinson