Over the last couple of months we've heard so many rumours about Apple's next iPhones that its blown our minds. However, we've now heard about another potential new iPhone , codenamed the iPhone Math.
The iPhone Math is rumoured to be Apple's first phablet device and is expected to have a 4.8 inch touch-screen. Presumably, it'll run at 1920*1080 pixels therefore supporting full HD multi-media content and ensuring it's PPI stands up against other next-gen smartphones.
The only other information known about Apple's iPhone Math is that it'll have an 8 mega-pixel camera and that it's expected to land this year. The smartphone looks highly likely to launch running on Apple's upcoming iOS 7 platform which will be unveiled later in the year.
The iPhone Math seems like a strange and unglamorous name , but it's possible that it'll be re-branded before it's officially unveiled. The information comes from a Chinese sources, so it's could be that something has been lost in translation.
The rumours, which come from Chinese suppliers, could also be entirely inaccurate. However, 3G wouldn't be surprised to see Apple launch a larger iPhone in order to compete with Samsung's Galaxy Note Range which has proven hugely successful.
We don't know much about either device , but previous rumours suggest that the iPhone 6 will adopt new display technology , run on iOS 7 and will be available in a much wider colour range. While, the iPhone Mini is expected be a more affordable model with a 4 inch non-Retina display and a lack of support for 4G.
As soon as 3G get any news about any of Apple's rumoured new iPhones you'll be the first to know !
By Simon Thomas on 23rd January, 2013