640 x 1136, iPhone 5 screen resolution?
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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