Every iPhone fan is “sitting on pins and needles”, waiting for Apple’s latest model to be released this year, perhaps at the end of September. The company is taking care of the minor details, before making the last move, because they intend to launch both iPhones (4.7-inch, 5.5-inch) separately. And, most likely, the iWatch phablet (running for the first time on the iOS 8 operating system) will be released some time later, but these are only rumors.
In April, this year, Ming-chi Kuo of KGI Securities was speculating that the smaller iPhone will hit the market in September, and the phablet will be on the market this December, but according to another report, the iPhone 6 was “scheduled” for commercial availability one month earlier, and the iWatch’s release date was set for this September.
Anyway, according to 9to5Mac’s report, the iPhone 6 will have a Retina display and a resolution of 1704×960 pixels, and the pixel density will be at 416ppi, with an aspect ratio of 16:9.
“Apple will likely be tripling the … base resolution of the iPhone screen in both signs, and that the iPhone screen resolution will be scaled with an increase of 150 per cent from the current 2X resolution of 1136 x 640,” wrote Mark Gurman of 9to5Mac his report.
Gurman assured that Apple is testing an iPhone 6 prototype that has exactly the same display attributes, but nothing can be confirmed officially.
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