iPhone 6 Coming With 960×1704 Pixel Resolution Display

By | May 15, 2014
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Some more leaks and news are again coming out for the iPhone 6. Now this time the leaks come out, related to the  display of the iPhone 6. As we already mentioned in our earlier post that the Apple iPhone 6  will available in two different sizes such as 4.7 inch and 5.5 inch.

Apple iPhone 6 latest Leaks and News

Now, according to the latest report which claims that the Cupertino-based company is testing a higher screen resolution on at least one of the two iPhone models which debut this year. And according to the 9to5Mac which claims that the next generation handset will come with a pixel-tripling (3X)  mode.



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The report does not disclose that  the two rumored iPhone models such as 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch will support the new sharper resolution. The report suggests that, one of the upcoming iPhone 6 models will carry a 960×1704 pixels resolution screen as compared to 640×1136 pixels resolution, which is  found in the older variant of the Apple iPhone Smartphones such as the  iPhone 5, iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s – which all sport 4-inch displays.  The report is also claimed that the upcoming iPhone 6 has the  pixel density of 416ppi on the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 model, while the 5.5-inch variant is said to come with 356ppi which is much greater than its older variants.



 The report has also mentioned that, the core user-interface elements of iOS for the iPhone 6, like its home screen, notification centre, and settings panels, will appear as a visually-extended version of the functions on the current generation iPhone models. The sources said that the Apple might optimize some  of the apps to fit on the larger screen of the new iPhone.