According to Apple’s panel suppliers the upcoming iPhone 5s screen will be sized around 3.5 to 3.7 inches, which means there won’t be a 4-inch edge-to-edge display which was rumored earlier, but supposedly a smaller screen would actually allow for a thinner panel bezel, creating the illusion of a larger screen.

As well as this, DigiTimes has reported that the newest iPhone will even include a fortified metal chassis rather than the current glass back of the iPhone 4. Alongside this DigiTimes have also reported that some other rumors are complete rubbish with no hope of an HD touch panel, an 8-megapixel camera or even an A5 dual core processor.

But even though DigiTimes has always been reliable I am not to sure on some of this, especially the none existant A5 processor, which was the only feature I was sure of.

What do you think? Are DigiTimes right? How big of a screen do you think the iPhone 5 will have?

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