All About Smartphones: iPhone 6 Rumoured To Have 2K High Clarity Screen

Monday, June 16, 2014

iPhone 6 Rumoured To Have 2K High Clarity Screen

With the way Samsung and LG is pushing boundaries when it comes to smartphone screen resolution, it would be sad if Apple comes up with the iPhone 6 and slam a resolution that is not as brilliant or even more than the Samsung Galaxy S5.

Thankfully, rumours that are more plausible have suggested that the soon to be released iPhone 6 will be having a 2K retina display with resolution 2,560 x 1,440 pixels.

Why do we think this 2K resolution iPhone 6 is possible? Well, according to recent events where images of Taiwanese Media star and race car driver Jimmy Lin was seen holding the iPhone 6 as pictured below; the source of the released image of Lin confirmed that the iPhone 6 would have a Quad HD display, giving it a 2K resolution of 2,560 x 1,440 pixels like the 5.5-inch LG G3.


Furthermore, other sources like well known tipster Sonny Dickson also says that the iPhone 6 will feature a ultra retina screen display with 389ppi.

iPhone 6 expected to be released this fall with iOS 8 being pre-loaded on it as the next iOS firmware.

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