Joel Martin, Senior Vice President & General Manager, Teardown.com
9/22/2014 09:45 AM EDT
This year's Apple iPhone release included two flagship phones, the iPhone 6 and the larger iPhone 6 Plus, finally moving into the 4.7" and 5.5" mobile phone market. The iPhone 6 Plus is a competitive leap forward against such devices as the already released LG G3 and Samsung's Galaxy Note 4 -- Apple's toughest competitor, to be released in October.
It is interesting how times have changed. Back in 2007 when the original iPhone was released with a 3.5" display, it was considered a "large" phone. As Apple's competitors started delivering devices with larger displays, Steve Jobs himself thought it unimaginable for an iPhone display to be larger than 3.5". (He would later introduce the iPhone 4 with a 4" display and a large smile.)
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