Not too long ago, we came across some information regarding the alleged iPhone 6 dimensions, giving us a rough view of what the upcoming Apple device will offer.
Now, another report reveals some more information about the resolution of the upcoming iPhone 6. According to a new report, the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 will come with a 1334 by 750 pixels resolution with a similar 326 ppi pixel density. On the other hand, the larger 5.5-inch iPhone 6 will feature a 2208 x 1442 pixels with a massive 461 ppi pixel density.
The news came from John Gruber of Daring Fireball, who revealed the resolution of the upcoming iPhone 6, using some mathematical calculations — using Pythagorean Theorem. He believes the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 will carry the same pixel density as the iPhone 5S, but the case is different for the 5.5-inch iPhone, it will require a larger pixel density. Also note that it’s not based on any insider information, it’s just something Gruber worked out using simple theorems.
As for other rumored specifications, the upcoming devices are expected to come with an improved camera, an A8 processor, Touch ID, a bigger battery, and iOS 8 as its operating system out of the box.
Well, it could be wrong, but you never know. Take a look at the link below to read the detailed calculations and methodology used by Gruber to come up with this conclusion, and let us know about your thoughts.
Source: Cult of Mac
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