DailyTech noticed rumors that Apple's next-gen iPhone may have a 4" screen with a 640 x 1136 pixels:
As we near the next-generation iPhone's announcement on September 12, more and more rumors are making their way around as far as specs go. It is to have a slightly updated design with a screen that measures 3.999 inches diagonally (which is about 30 percent larger than the current iPhone 4S), a smaller dock connector (as opposed to the usual 30-pin), a relocated headphone jack, centered camera, and a unibody casing with metal backplates.
While some of these specs are still up in the air awaiting confirmation, 9 To 5 Mac may have figured out some truth to the screen-related rumors. Using the iOS simulator application in the iOS development tools, 9 To 5 Mac created a few different scenarios that compared iOS 5.1 and iOS 6.
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Re: iPhone 5 to have 4-inch 640 x 1136 screen? by Anonymous on Friday, August 10 2012 @ 03:01:23 CEST
Too small. Not OLED. Not any wider than the current model. Pretty much the same as the 4S so why bother upgrading?