At today's quarterly earnings call, Apple CEO Tim Cook was asked about Apple's plans regarding larger-screened devices, like the Galaxy Note. Here's how he answered: "Without sacrificing the one-handed ease of use, we've put a lot of thought into screen size, and we believe we've picked the right one." Translation? Nope, not happening.
No, You Won't See A Bigger iPhone Anytime Soon
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