Apple is reportedly working on two new iPhone models for the next year which will not only feature larger displays, but also have curved displays. The two models will reportedly sport screen sizes of 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch displays, making them the largest iPhones ever produced.
What’s more interesting, of course, is in the introduction of curved displays on the company’s next iPhones. These curved displays, unlike the Samsung Galaxy Round or the LG G Flex, will be curved “downward at the edges”, as a source told Bloomberg. From the description, these displays could be reminiscent of Huawei’s Ascend P6 and its curved base, but feature more display and less bezel instead.
In addition, Apple is also rumoured to be working on new touch sensors which can detect different touch pressures on the screen. While it is yet unclear on how exactly Apple will be implementing the new sensors, these new sensors may not be ready in time for the upcoming iPhones next year.