The #Apple #iPhone6 saw an increase in the display resolution, which meant that developers had to make their apps compatible with the new resolution. A new rumor suggests that Apple could do the same with the upcoming iPhone 6s smartphone, although it doesn’t quite make sense given that the company isn’t expected to increase the display size in any way.
The rumor says that the iPhone 6s will have a display resolution of 2,000 x 1,125 pixels (488 ppi) with its 4.7 inch panel. The iPhone 6s Plus on the other hand will supposedly have a resolution of 2,208 × 1242 pixels (460 ppi) spread across 5.5 inches of display real estate.
The Retina Display resolution has historically been 326 pixels per inch, so we’re not really sure that increasing that would be feasible from a logical standpoint either. Taking all these factors into account, we suggest you take this report with a large grain of salt.
With only a day left for the release of the new iPhones, this aspect probably won’t remain a secret for long. Do you think it makes sense to have increased display resolutions for the upcoming iPhone models?
Via: iDownload Blog