Apple reportedly trialing a 13-inch iPad, and bigger iPhone too

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If your chief problem with Apple devices was that they were a little small then you might be in luck, with further tips that the United States giant is testing significantly bigger displays for its iPhone and iPad.

According to the Wall Street Journal, Apple is testing prototypes of a tablet with a display ‘slightly less than 13-inches’ and smartphone displays that are bigger than the iPhone 5.

Rumours that Apple is looking to upsize its gadgets have been plentiful this year, and the current stories are clearly all the more most likely given the source.

Of course, testing doesn’t suggest absolutely on their method, and Apple will be conscious that it’s made the case for both iPhone and iPad’s existing screen sizes being maximum.

Raising iBrows

A 13-inch tablet would definitely raise eyebrows, with real questions over whether the weight can be kept down enough to make it a comfortable experience.

A larger iPhone looks more most likely, with rivals like the Samsung Galaxy S4 and HTC One delighting in excellence with larger screens, and the Asian market accepting phablets like the Samsung Galaxy Note 2.

It’s extensively thought that this year will see a new iPad 5 with the conventional 9.7 inch retina display and a brand-new flagship iPhone 5S.

So, let the reports of the iPad Mega beginning right here, in addition to the likely recommendation that it could be some kind of Lenovo Yoga-like hybrid laptop/tablet.