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Sunday October 18, 2020

How big will the iPhone be in 2040?

The new iPhone 12 Max Pro comes with a 6.7-inch screen, which is nearly twice the size of the first iPhone released in 2007.
A new study indicates that if this trend continues to increase the size of iPhone phones, it is expected that the size of the phone will become after about 20 years, that is, in 2040, larger than the MacBook.

The company, specialized in phone accessories, analyzed the development of the size of smart phones at Apple, Samsung and many other companies, and according to the results, the size of the iPhone has increased by 5% every year since 2007.

At this rate, the world’s most popular smartphone will be larger than a woman’s hand by 2021 and larger than a man’s by 2024 and will measure 17.5 inches, or nearly a foot and a half, in 2040.

While the first iPhone in 2007 had a screen size of only 3.5 inches, the iPhone 12 Pro Max screen size reached 6.7 inches, an increase of 91%, and an average growth in size of 5% year-on-year.

The average length of a woman’s hand is 6.8 inches, while the average length of a woman’s hand is 7.6 inches, and if the iPhone continues to increase in size, it will reach 6.9 inches by next year, and 7.9 inches in 2024.

At the same time, the size of other popular smartphones has grown, as the size of Huawei phones has increased by 4% since it was first introduced in 2012, while the size of the Google Pixel phone has increased by 20% since its appearance in 2016, and at the same time the size of Samsung’s Galaxy phones has doubled. From 3.2 inches in 2009 to 6.4 this year, according to the British newspaper The Daily Mail.

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