Before passing away, Apple cofounder and then CEO was very much involved in the redesign of the iPhone for the upcoming iPhone 5, a new report reveals.
According to Bloomberg, “Apple co-founder Steve Jobs had worked closely on the redesigned phone before his death in October.”
The information is attributed by the publication to an unnamed source who is apparently familiar with the development of the iPhone 5.
The report reiterated what two reports – one from The Wall Street Journal and another from Reuters – previously said. That is, that the iPhone 5 will have a larger than 3.5-inch screen.
Recently, The Wall Street Journal claimed that its sources have told them that the iPhone 5 will have a screen at least 4 inches when measured diagonally and that production of the screen for the next iPhone will begin in June.
The report from the Journal was followed by Reuters saying that the next Apple iPhone will indeed be having a 4-inch screen.
Both reports said that the screen for the iPhone 5 will be made by LG, Sharp, and Japan Display.