Apple’s iPhone Math With a 4.8-Inch Screen Coming in 2013

by on January 23, 2013

iPhone 4.8 inches

According to the China Times, which has sources from Apple’s supply chain, it seems that the tech company will release an iPhone with a 4.8-inch screen, accompanied by an 8-megapixel camera, something between a smartphone and a tablet, apparently named “iPhone Math”. It will be launched at the Apple’s June 2013 Worldwide Developer’s Conference.

The current iPhone 5 offers 1136×640 pixel resolution with 326 ppi and the iPhone 4S has 960×640 pixel resolution with 326 ppi, so we will see a big upgrade on the next iPhone, too.

Besides the weird name, the important story is that Apple will move away from its traditional model of unveiling one high-end smartphone each year and release three new iPhones in this year in order to appeal to a larger user base. For example, Apple’s mobil rival, Samsung, has a smartphone in every size and color, which helped it become the biggest mobile phone maker in the world.

“We believe a lower-cost 4.3in iPhone and multicolour 4in iPhone 5S will launch in June/July,” a note reads. “Additionally, we believe a 4.8in iPhone model is scheduled for the end of October. We do not know what this phone will be called and think ‘Math’ might be a mistranslation or a code name.”

Apple is also rumored to be release a cheaper iPhone, despite claims a cheap unit of its flagship device will never come into fruition. This new idea is expected to generate upwards of $6.5 billion in revenue.

Check out below the concept video that shows the iPhone Math prototype:

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