Apple is planning to release three new smartphones later this year – including its biggest iPhone yet.
The device may have an even bigger display than its arch-rival Samsung’s flagship phone, Bloomberg reports.
And among the three new handsets includes an upgraded device the same size as the current iPhone X as well as a less expensive model with some of the X’s key features – including a Face ID scanner.
The new phones could revive the screen size wars of the past at a time when smartphone makers are straining to come up with new features to lure buyers in a saturated market.
According to reports, the iPhone maker is already running production tests with suppliers and is expected to announce the new phones this autumn.
Bloomberg also reported the largest iPhone could have a screen of close to 6.5 inches (16.5cm), larger than the 6.2-inch (15.75cm) Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus announced on Monday in Barcelona, Spain, and larger than the current Samsung Note 8’s 6.3-inch screen.
Samsung traditionally announces its new Note series devices in the autumn, so it is possible it might launch a larger screen around the same time Apple’s new models hit the market.