Apple could take the 1704×960 resolution on the iPhone 6
- The iPhone 6 would have a 4.7 inch screen with 416 pixels per inch and a ratio 16:09.
- The 5.5-inch model would have the same resolution as the iPhone 5s, with a density of 356 ppi.
- The software and the iOS App Store if needed modifications changed the resolution of the iPhone in June.
The next generation Apple iPhone may have a higher resolution screen, going from the current resolution of 1136×640 iPhone 5s a sharper resolution of 1704×960, as reported by 9to5Mac.
According to rumors, the iPhone would have a 4.7-inch display with 416 pixels per inch and the same ratio 16:09 the iPhone 5s, while the 5.5-inch model would retain the same resolution as the iPhone 5s, with a density of 356 ppi.
After the emergence of rumors that Apple will release larger screens on the iPhone 6, the discussion centered around the resolution used and how any changes would affect developers. Some speculations have suggested that Apple could simply keep the same resolution as in the iPhone 5, making a smooth transition for developers.
This approach would allow all software to iOS and the App Store on the iPhone would work normally 6, without requiring developers work. The disadvantage of this approach is that the iPhone 6 screen would fall under the definition of Steve Jobs 300 pixels per inch for your Retina.
But according to 9to5Mac, Apple could even take a screen resolution higher than triplicase the base number of pixels of the iPhone screen, both in length and in width. This ” 3x ” mode would solve base ” 1x ” 568 x 320 and extended to 1704×960. Using this method, the current ratio would keep Apple iPhone 5/5s/5c 16:09.
“This means that Apple is likely to triple the aforementioned” basic resolution ” ( 568 x 320) screen iPhone in both directions, and that the resolution of the iPhone screen is scaled with an increase of 150 % resolution 2X current of 1136×640 . course, Apple has tested several different iPhones and different display technologies , so Apple may decide to take another route to the specifications of the iPhone display to update 2014 “, reports 9to5Mac.
Rumor has it that Apple has been testing the resolution 1704 x 960 but do not know for sure if Apple has chosen to continue with this resolution. Apple may be preparing to launch the iPhone 6 inches to 4.7 this fall with a faster processor A8 and better technology in the camera.
As with the transition to the retina display iPhone 4 in 2010 and the transition to the screen of the iPhone 5 in 2012 if Apple introduces changes in the resolution of the iPhone 6 will require changes in the software of Apple.