Steve Jobs played 'key role' in development of 'bigger' iPhone 5
Washington, May 21 (ANI): Late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs played a major role in the development of the tech giant's fifth generation iPhone, according to a report.
In 2010, Jobs said no one would buy a smartphone so big that one couldn't get his/her hand around.
But, according to a report by Bloomberg, it appears that Jobs may have changed his mind before he passed away.
The report said that the next iPhone is expected to have a 4-inch screen, up from the current 3.5-inch screen.
According to Stuff.co.nz, the report, however, said the phone won't necessarily need to get bigger to accommodate the larger screen.
"A 4-inch screen, measured diagonally, can fit on the face of the iPhone with the current dimensions," the report said.
The next iPhone expected to hit stores in October, is also expected to finally work on 4G networks.
It would join the third-generation iPad, which became the first Apple product to work with 4G earlier this year. (ANI)
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