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The iPhone 9 is Set to Be the Biggest Yet, and There's No Way It's Fitting in Your Pocket

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Just as you thought there couldn't be any more iPhone news, rumors are now suggesting that there could be a new, mammoth handset coming our way for 2019.

According to ETNews, Apple is working on a 6.46 inch iPhone "Plus" featuring the brand's new OLED screen to go alongside a 'smaller' 5.85 inch device.

The supposed iPhone 9s, as it's being coined, is in direct rivalry with Samsung's Galaxy Note 8, a phone that's fairly enormous as it is, at 6.3 inches.

This claim wouldn't be impossible for Apple to achieve either. Thanks to their new bezel-less design, the company can squeeze a lot more screen into the familiar 5.5 inch 7 Plus frame for its forthcoming models.

Apple also recently unveiled the plans for its annual Keynote event, which is going to be held at the company's brand new Apple Park facility on September 12.

This story originally appeared on Esquire.co.uk.

* Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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