Many Apple fans are really keen that the Californian manufacturer follows the general trend of smartphones, and built a larger display in the new iPhoneEspecially in the last year, the various rumors of a 4-inch display made the rounds and we know it did not reflect the truth. Because so far, Apple is the display size of 3.5-inch since the introduction of the original iPhone has remained faithful. Accordingly, I think in the future enlargement of
the display is more than remote.

However, diligent, the 
forum users ' modilwar "by The Verge made ​​the effort to make about 20 sample images to demonstrate the possible scenarios with a large iPhone display 1152 pixels. Besides the many positive ar
guments and not too much effort for the developers, but there are also some disadvantages.

“Change the aspect ratio. As I mentioned above, all iPhones (and iPod touches) have had an aspect ratio of 3:2. Could Apple change the aspect ratio to increase the screen size while maintaining the same 326ppi (pixels per inch)?

…For those of you who are good with numbers I’m sure you’ve noted that 1152 x 640 has an aspect ratio of 9:5 and the 1152 pixels is an increase of 192 from 960 and that’s 20% more than on the iPhone 4 and 4S.”

At his approach, the aspect ratio adjusted to 9:5 and the display is stretched in the air. This would allow applications with native controls are scaled easier to meet the new standards. This text input fields, display fields or scrollable lists would be easily expanded by 192 pixels and a not yet visible area would be displayed. Even with the home screen could easily fill an additional icon set the extra space.


The rest of the apps with custom graphics should be adjusted manually in order to support the new resolution by the developers. In the time between the unadjusted applications would be simply displayed with a nasty "black edge" and could therefore still be used. This workaround will probably mainly affect games.

Apple's own applications would be naturally pre-adapted already and the extra space at the best obtainable. In any case, the solution could certainly make sense, and also by industry expert John Gruber makes leaked that this approach is not far-fetched. Apparently Apple could pull such a solution really be considered in the next iPhone and Apple fans to bring a larger display.

Methinks "Colin" was not Merely guessing or Speculating idly. 


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