BY | January 21, 2013

Apple’s iPhone 6 or iPhone Math may come with 4.8 inch display. Meanwhile its specs, features or launch date remain well guarded mystery

Apple is all set to take on Samsung and other smart-phone companies head on. The Cupertino based tech giant is reportedly preparing to launch a massive 4.8 inch smart-phone that many have dubbed as iPhone math. The rumor is certainly very exciting for Apple fans, though many long time Apple fans may be feeling let down as they had predicted that Apple will never be tempted to follow the precedence of making massive smart-phones like Samsung Galaxy S III, HTC One X and many others.

But now it seems that Apple is finally trying to learn a few tricks from its competitors who were mocked by company and its fans. Many Apple executives and even fans were against Apple launching an iPhone with larger than 3.5 inch handset that came even with iPhone 4S and now they will be feel very disappointed by learning that the Cupertino based tech giant was actually launching a huge 4.8 inch smart-phone sounding more like a Galaxy S3.

China Times that has come out with many leaks about many new Apple products in the past has predicted that the biggest technology company will introduce not one but three smart-phones of different shapes and sizes at different points of time this year. The report says that the most exciting of the three products will be a 4.8 inch iPhone that may come with 12 mega pixel camera. Though nothing is clear as yet as Apple has never responded to rumors from any source of any importance, but cacophony about the possibility is rising.

Many analysts believe that the three handsets may be a really exciting proposition for smart-phone fans and the market. Apple has been facing numerous issues right now and its stock value is going down. From a high of $700 plus to sub $500 value of its stock has shaken the market analysts. The company that was thought to be the best bet in the market has lost around twenty five percent of its value in just over three months.

A report in Macrumors while detailing the possibility of the forthcoming Apple handsets says, “Component shipments for the two handsets, including touchscreen panels and cameras, will purportedly begin in March ahead of a late-April production timeline. Apple manufacturing partner Hon Hai, better known as Foxconn, will reportedly be responsible for assembling 90 percent of the orders”. So Apple is finally preparing to follow the pattern of its bitterest opponent Samsung that it believes is eating into its market share and profit.

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