Rumor: Apple testing iPhone 6 with resolution of 1704×960 pixels




The iPhone 6, which has long been rumored, and that should be out later this year, will according to an Apple fansite perhaps a screen with a resolution of 1704 by 960 pixels. The exact size of the screen remains conjecture.

A resolution of 1704 by 960 pixels would be a lot higher than that of the iPhone 5, and 5c 5s, which have a resolution of 1136 by 640 pixels. 9to5Mac states have learned that the new resolution is currently being tested. anonymous sources It is rumored for some time that the iPhone 6 will get a larger screen; a new resolution is therefore obvious, because the number of pixels per inch otherwise probably would fall below the limit of 300, so the pixel density would lag behind that of competing phones. strong

If the iPhone 6 will receive a screen of 4.7 inches, is the number of pixels per inch in the tested resolution down to 416 With a diagonal of 5.5 inches, the number of pixels per inch would amount to 355.; the iPhone 5s is 326. thus the iPhone lags behind other phones like the Nexus 5, a pixel density of 445ppi has.

If the new resolution is introduced, means for developers that they need to convert. Their applications to the new resolution Otherwise, the applications are geüpscaled, allowing visual elements blurred eyes can. The question is also whether Apple buttons on the homescreen will simply increase or that it will be designed for higher resolution otherwise; sources of 9to5Mac there are differences of opinion.


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