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iPhone 6 to Feature 1704 x 960 Pixels Resolution Display, Rumors Say

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Once again, another exciting rumor about the upcoming iPhone 6 was revealed in various reports today saying that the next-generation iPhone will have a 1704 x 960 pixels resolution display.

Exciting isn?t it?

Recent reports and rumors said that Apple may adopt a higher-resolution display that triples the base number of pixels of the iPhone screen in both length and width.

Since the base resolution of iPhone screen is 568 x 320, “3x” mode would expand it to 1704 x 960.

??Apple will likely be tripling the aforementioned ?base resolution? (568 x 320) of the iPhone screen in both directions, and that the iPhone screen resolution will be scaled with an increase of 150% from the current 2X resolution of 1136 x 640. Of course, Apple tests several different iPhones and display technologies, so it is possible that Apple chooses to take another route for display specifications for the 2014 iPhone upgrade,? 9to5Mac said.

This speculation is contrary to KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo predictions early this year.

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If you could remember, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said that Apple?s flagship iPhone 6 model will come in a new 4.7-inch display panel sporting a resolution of 1,334 x 750 pixels (326 pixels per inch.) The other iPhone model that Kuo predicted is a 5.5-inch smartphone with 1920 x 1080 (401 ppi); these models will come with an Apple A8 processor, 1GB of RAM, LTPS display panels, and Touch ID.

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Moreover, Kuo said the iPhone 6 models will feature a 10 to 20 per cent narrower bezel, metal casings, a 6.5?7.0mm thickness, and NFC chips integration.

Just a few days back, it was rumored that Apple’s iPhone 6 camera will feature EIS (Electronic Image Stabilization) instead of OIS (Optical Image Stabilization) which has been affirmed by Sun Chang Xu, new chief analyst at ESM-China saying Apple?s next flagship phone will not use OIS.

iPhone 6 is reported to come out this September along with Apple iWatch and Apple iOS 8.

(Photo courtesy of www.apple.com)

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