Source claims Apple will ‘catch up in the sensors department’

Apple iPhone 6 rumoured to have temperature, pressure and humidity sensors

The next iPhone may feature sensors for atmospheric pressure, temperature and humidity, according to electronics analyst Chang Xu.

On her Weibo account Chang Xu, news chief analyst at ESM-China, said that sources close to the matter revealed that Apple will ‘catch up in the sensors department’.

Other rumours making the rounds suggest that the iPhone 6 will feature a larger 4.7-inch screen packed into the same size front panel as the existing Phone 5 and 5S.

The new screen may have a 1600×900 resolution, making it greater than the ones currently used in the iPhone 5S 5C and 5.

Another report suggests that the iPhone 6 will be joined by an even larger smartphone when it’s unveiled this year. A 5.6-inch phone featuring a sapphire screen is rumoured to not carry the ‘iPhone’ brand name.

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