iPhone 5 Screen Resolution: Dwarfs Retina Display With Dense 640×1136 Pixels
If you are among the iPhone fans fanatically updating yourself with the latest on the upcoming iPhone 5 then here is one more exciting news for you. Developers have managed to trick the iOS simulator found inside the Apple’s Xcode development ecosystem to run at the 640×1136 resolution which is regarded as the resolution of the upcoming iPhone.
The report clearly indicate that Apple iPhone 5 is coming with a taller display and iOS 6 beta has the proof hidden within the codes. Developers performed a simple experiment in which first they used iOS 5.1, and the simulator adds to the space in between application icon rows to adjust the existing four on the bigger display. On the other hand when they repeated the same on the beta of iOS 6, an extra row of icons is put into the display demonstrating that iOS 6 has the capability to handle the taller iPhone 5 screen.
In addition to a larger display, the 6th generation iPhone is claimed to include a quad core processor, LTE connectivity. new design and the company is most likely going to unveil the phone on September 12.