iOS 6 is scalable to 640×1136, possible dimensions of iPhone 5

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640 x 1136, iPhone 5 screen resolution?

iOS 6 is scalable to 640×1136, possible dimensions of iPhone 5
iOS 6 is scalable to 640×1136, possible dimensions of iPhone 5

We continue with the news of the launches that Apple has made throughout this week. Today we bring you the most confirmed rumour about the future New iPhone or iPhone 5 .

Rumors of a possible new screen size for the sixth generation iPhone have been rife for a few months now and have finally been confirmed with the iOS 6 simulator itself in Xcode , the iOS application development environment.

This finding was discovered by Mark Gurman from 9to5Mac while configuring the simulator on his Mac as he commented:

Under iOS 5.1.1, the extension to a larger screen result, i.e. we see the 4 rows of icons currently with a larger space between the rows. The difference in iOS 6 is that the iOS simulator is actually scaled to fit a total of 5 rows of icons on a screen size of 640 x 1136 pixels .

Since 9to5Mac they claim to have tested other resolutions and none of them work in the iOS 6 simulator, so most likely Apple has already finished testing prototypes and this new resolution is the one we will see in the new iPhone 5 .

However, we have seen many leaks of possible cases of the new iPhone with this new screen size that would put it at 4 inches, 16:9 resolution, and it would not be at all unreasonable for Apple to present this new format in society in autumn. (September 12)

Everything points to the fact that the future iPhone 5 will bring a new Retina Display or a modification of it to work on larger screens almost 100% confirmed. Will we also see an iPad mini with a new resolution in the next few days?

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