iPhone 6 Screen Resolution can Change to 1704×960 Pixels
Expected this autumn iPhone 6 can get a higher resolution screen than the current Apple-produced smartphones. This info leaked to the 9to5 Mac online edition from their own sources.
According to the website, the screen resolution of the upcoming novelty will be 1704×960 pixels as compared to 1136×640 pixels in iPhone 5s. According to the previous rumors, the new generation of the Apple phones is expected to have 4.7-inch screens. In this case, the pixel density will reach 416 ppi at a screen ratio of 16:9. The 5.5-inch model with the screen resolution of 1704×960 points will have its pixel density rate at 356 ppi ( iPhone 5s has 326 pixels per inch) .
Increase in the resolution and the pixel density adds some headache to software developers who will have to spend a lot of time optimizing their products for the new format. Earlier the analyst named Ming-Chi Kuo of the KGI Securities said that Apple will retain the density of 326 ppi, endowing the 4.7-inch screen with the resolution of 1334×750 pixels.
The latest rumors suggest that the release of the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 is scheduled for August-September this year. In addition to the improved screen, the new product is expected to have the latest Apple A8 processor, an upgraded digital camera and an NFC wireless module.