New iPhone to feature 3.95-inch Retina screen
Wednesday, May 23, 2012/
Apple’s new iPhone will feature a 3.95-inch Retina screen, but the device itself won’t actually get any bigger, according to a new report from 9to5Mac.
The report claims Apple is still working on a few different designs for the next iPhone, and hasn’t yet picked the final model.
But the report claims at least one of the models features a 640×1136 Retina display that measures 3.95 inches diagonally.
9to5Mac also says the company is working on a adding a fifth row of icons to the home page in the upcoming iOS 6 software, which will debut later this year.
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