News has been circulating around about Apple launching its new iPhone models and there is reason to believe that it is coming from resourceful insiders. Much of this comes from reports which have been issued by Bloomberg and it is said that two new curved iPhone models are on their way and will be launched next year. The two new curved models are going to feature a 4.7 inch and 5.5 inch display respectively. Surprisingly, both these measures are bigger than what we currently have on the iPhone 5s (which has a 4 inch retina display). If these curved iPhone models are really going to make their appearances next year, then Apple is on its own way to move in line with the Galaxy S4 and the Note 3 by Samsung.
It was clearly indicated in the reports by Bloomberg that Apple is working towards touch sensitive display sensors which will enable the phone to differentiate between light and hard touches. Regardless of how much this is anticipated, this feature is not going to be incorporated in the 2014 models of iPhones and as Apple is still working on its perfection, this has been kept aside for later releases. There is little doubt left about the reports form Bloomberg being mere rumors. In the past few months, a lot of news has been flying around about Apple launching bigger screens and this leaves enough reason to believe that the new curved models are coming soon.