The first months of summer approaching and true to tradition, despite having failed as the past year, on a next-generation iPhone rumors emerge strongly in the network. Among all we can not to pass one that adds an extra data to the vaunted issue of screen size, according to which, Apple would be currently testing different prototypes of the “ new iPhone ” with a size 3.999 inch screen and a resolution of 1136 × 640 pixels.
According to the information published by 9to5Mac, two new prototypes candidates to become the successor of iPhone 4S, under the key names N41AP (5.1) and N42AP (5.2), they would be equipped with these new panels which, while providing a higher resolution than in previous models with a new configuration of an unusual screen, in theory provide some advantage to 1280 × 720 HD panels used in most direct rivals, such as Samsung Galaxy S III or the HTC One X.
Either way the truth is that, if so, with a 4-inch diagonal, Apple would not be limited to increase the size and continue with the current resolution of 960 × 640 Retina Display, but it would be adding pixels to the screen. The new resolution 1136 × 640 pixels are 176 points extra, keeping the 1.9632 inches wide and growing until the 3,484 inches tall, approaching a screen ratio 16:9 with the ability to play multimedia content to display complete respecting its proportions.
To take advantage of all the possibilities of the new screen, the Cupertino would be conducting a joint testing of the new hardware with the first builds of iOS 6 suitably adapted and personalized with a new home screen capable of accommodating five icons in the dock application.
Unfortunately, there are no details about what a future revision of the platform would offer, both to new as old terminals. In terms of hardware, and despite rumors that long lean toward the opposite idea, both prototypes would have even with the Start button, incorporating a small connector that would move to better life to the current 30 pin.
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