iPhone 6 resolution likely revealed

iPhone 6 resolution likely revealed

Fans of Apple smartphones know one thing for sure – the new iPhone 6 will appear this year in two versions – as 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch models. Unfortunately there’s no other information as Apple keeps its tech secrets really well until the launch day. Still, an online source has tried to guess the resolution of the larger model and has come across some interesting findings.

According to John Gruber from Daring Fireball the 4.7-inch iPhone will have a working resolution of 1334 x 750 pixels. This means that the device will have a pixel density of 326 ppi, which keeps it in line with the definition of Apple for “Retina” quality. The 5.5-inch model is even more interesting – Gruber believes that it may come with an even larger resolution of 2208 x 1242 pixels, thus having a pixel density of 461 ppi, which is really impressive.

Now keep in mind that these resolutions were discovered by using math and some logic behind it but they might as well be the real thing when the time comes. Unfortunately we still don’t know when the iPhone 6 will come to this world.

Source: Ubergizmo

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