iOS look on the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 screen [Video]



Rumors that the iPhone 6 will have a 4.7-inch screen has long been no surprise . Any comments and rebuttals from Apple have been reported, but judging by the number of leaks, the Cupertino company really decided to take this bold step .

This is understandable : many choose Android because diagonal display 4 inches – it’s too small by today’s standards . Apple to lose potential customers do not want to , so this year we will see just two iPhone, both with large screen ( 4.7 and 5.5 inches) .

Esposito decided to check what the iOS will look like running on a iPhone 6 featuring a bigger screen next to the iPhone 5s display. With 4.7 -inch smartphone Motorola Moto X revived the layout of the new flagship running on it created a special video. So you can look at the 4 – and 4.7 -inch screens.

According to 9to5Mac,  iPhone 6 screen resolution will be increased. Currently, the iPhone 5s resolution is 1136 x 640 pixels, a little less than HD. “Six” will display the same image resolution of 1704 x 960 pixels , which is almost up to the format Full HD.

Strange as it may sound, resolution smartphones – not the main indicator of image quality. Plays an important role pixel density . The higher the density – the clearer and sharper picture and the less noticeable graininess . The iPhone 6, it could reach 416 ppi ( for comparison, the iPhone 5s it is 326 ppi). This means that the picture quality of the new smartphone is higher than its predecessor .

Android- flagships diagonal which rarely drops below 5 inches , mostly output image in Full HD. In addition, LG has recently announced the upcoming release of the smartphone with Quad-HD- screen , that is, with support for Ultra High Definition . Against this background, it may seem that Apple is lagging behind in quality displays. This is not so . At 4.7 inches diagonally Full HD all the delights will simply invisible.

Apple introduced the iPhone 6 and iOS 8  in September, which is specifically tuned for working with large screens – in June.

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