Rumor: Apple to double 'iPhone 5S' Retina resolution


Here's something really interesting for all of you Apple fans out there! A new report claims Apple is planning to increase the resolution of a future iPhone model to 1.5 million pixels — double that of the pixel count on the current iPhone 5!

The details come from a report by Chinese-language Weiphone (via Unwired View), which claims that the next-generation Retina display will be featured on Apple's next-generation handset.  The report claimed that the next iPhone will continue to have the same 4-inch display as the iPhone 5, but it will have an even thinner bezel, borrowing design elements from iPad mini and that it will begin shipping in September.

For those of you who are unfamiliar, the current iPhone 5 has a pixel count of nearly 730,000 thanks to its screen resolution of 1,136 by 640 pixels. That works out to 326 pixels per inch on the 4-inch display, something that used to be quite amazing, a couple of months ago, that is.

We'll just have to wait...

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