Citing “three people” as a source, Bloomberg reports that Apple’s late Steve Jobs involved pretty much on inputting into the design of the upcoming iPhone – the version iPhone 5. The Apple co-founder and former CEO “worked closely on the redesigned phone before his death in October,” said the publication.
We earlier reported that Apple has placed orders for new iPhone displays, measuring 4-inches diagonally (which later on Reuters also accepted). Production for iPhone 5 will starts from next month, with what according to WSJ indentifying LG Display, Sharp, and Japan Display Inc. as the three major panel suppliers that Apple is contracting.
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