iPhone 5 front panel 4-inch screen pictures leaked
Stolen photos of what could be the next Apple iPhone seems to confirm that the company is now focusing on a 4-inch screen for its flagship device, leaving the fact of 3.5 inches so far in order.
The two photos published by UBreakiFix are not particularly revealing details about what the new iPhone could be in the reality. Previous leaks of the front of the device already revealed a focused video sensor, which is now confirmed by these two new pictures. However, the screen was far away from all.
The site MacRumors believes that the new iPhone will feature a 4-inch diagonal screen, against 3.5-inch screen for the previous models. Speculation that comport with a discovery made in the development tools of iOS 6, which allows the phone to adapt an application to the definition of 1136x640 pixels, while the definition of the iPhone 4S is 960x640 pixels. In the IOS simulator, the approach is reflected in particular by adding a line of icons on the application panel.
The new iPhone could be unveiled at an Apple keynote in September - rumors suggest the 12th - to be available on American soil at the end of that month.
Image Credit - UBreakiFix
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