Since we’re following “next iPhone” related news it’s already known that the vast majority of rumors circulating on the interwebs are related to the display on the iPhone 4S follow-up. Finally, next upcoming Apple’ next iPhone might feature a 3.95-inch display with a resolution of 1136 x 640 pixels, if the report comes straight from 9to5Mac holds true. Read on for more details…
Apple is currently testing multiple new iPhone prototypes of the next generation iPhone and at least one of them has a taller screen, confirms report. The prototype handsets are currently in the PreEVT stage of development. And they are codenamed as N41AP (iPhone 5,1) and N42AP (iPhone 5,2). The both feature the same larger, higher resolution display, however.
If the resolution of next iPhone 5 is the thing to consider with an aspect ratio very close to 16:9 (1.775:1), then it might be a massive step up and, for the first time for Apple, would play movies and TV shows in their native aspect ratios without the need for black bars top and bottom.
A wider display also means Apple can fit more on the screen, and is thought to be planning a fifth row of home screen icons and the ability to view more content at once in iOS 6. Well, we’ll be able to better paint a picture of what’s going to happen to the sixth generation Phone from Apple once Apple’s WWDC Conference kicks off. It’s on June 11th, so that’s less than a month away. Stay tuned for more.