The next iPhone to have a 4″ display with a 1136 x 640 resolution

iPhone 5
iPhone 5

 

It’s already all but certain, that the next generation of the iPhone is going to feature a different design and will most likely have a bigger screen, but opinions about its supposed resolution are quite variable. According to the 9to5 Mac website, the American company is already testing the new device and it’s currently in a pre EVT (Engineering Verification Test) state. The piece of information goes on claiming, that there are two modification of the device, which are currently being tested – the code named iPhone 5,1 and iPhone 5,2, both of which are said to have 3.95″ screens and a 1136 x 640 resolution, which makes for an aspect ratio of almost 16:9. This is quite interesting, considering the fact, that so far Apple have been using 3:2 displays in their smartphones. According to the information, the new version of iOS is going to also add an additional row of icons on the main screen.

iPhone 5
iPhone 5

 

Another rumors has given us interesting information about the device’s connector – its size is said to have been decreased to a point, at which it’s somewhere between a miniUSB and a microUSB connector. This is actually a very serious change, because of the millions of devices on the market, which support only the current Apple-connector, which are going to require an adapter to be used with the possible new one. B. A.

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