Consultant says the new iPhone will display of 4.08 inches
Perhaps hanging from all the leaks, or perhaps appealing to the dictates of common sense and the global mobile market trends, Apple launched a new iPhone whose screen would be larger, with a ratio of 16:9.
An analyst at KGI ensures that the active display area measured 4.08 inches, giving a resolution of 1136 X 640, which will enhance the consumption of multimedia content, primarily video. This is reviewed by CNET, and welcomed as a real possibility to run in September or October, months which are expected to arrive in the new Apple handheld device.
Other rumors point to a slight improvement in the camera, which would remain at 8 PM and vary in their degree of maximum aperture of f / 2.4 f / 2.2, and adding lte capabilities with a chip that supports both 700 MHz frequencies that allow other to use this technology in different parts of the world and – in passing – to avoid problems like those experienced in Australia, where the name of the 4g features the team was challenged by pro-consumer organizations.
It is very likely to see more details of this equipment at WWDC, Worldwide Developers Conference Apple and maximum appointment with the community that supports it, where it is expected to have more news about iOS 6, the launch of its next operating system for computers, Mountain Lion, and – of course – new equipment based on the latest intel platform, Ivy Bridge.
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