Last September Apple launched its sixth generation iPhone curiously dubbed the iPhone 5. While the casing certainly wasn't a radical redesign, the updated iPhone did feature a larger display for the first time since its debut in 2007.
Historically, when Apple makes a change like this, it uses science and reason to explain its decision, but last year's screen growth was presented with almost no explanation aside from its 16:9 support.
Earlier today Gizmodo uncovered the sexual logic behind large smartphone displays, and while Apollo Report announced its hiatus last week, we just had to investigate further. What we found was shocking: a direct correlation indeed exists between smartphone size and male reproductive organs.
The long rumored iPhone 5S is set to be released as soon as this June, sources reveal. Apple's iPhone 5S will reportedly features a 4.7" display but contains no increased width. The smartphone will be even longer than the iPhone 5, reflecting Tim Cook's recent success with Viagra, and last even longer than before... the battery life that is.
Okay, back on hiatus in 5, 4, 3, 2, 1.