There are conflicting theories on the resolution with one claiming a whopping 2560 x 1440 and the other stating a 1704 x 960 for both the variants
Every time we hear about a new leak of the iPhone 6 we cant help but say ‘bring it on’. The rumors and the leaks began way more than a month back and now as the time is getting closer for the phone to be announced, we suspect the speed of these will just keep increasing. We had initially heard that there would be two different versions of the iPhone 6; one with a 4.7 inch display and the other with a 5.5 inch one. The latest news tells us that the resolution will clock in at a whopping 2560 x 1440. Is this a coincidence that this bit of the feature leaked just after LG announced its G3 which also has a 2560 x 1440 resolution over a 5.5-inch diameter?
We can imagine how the 5.5 inch phablet version of the iPhone 6 would carry this sharpness it just seems a bit unrealistic that the smaller 4.7 inch would. The report coming from Hong Kong clearly states that the new bit of information is the quad-HD panel which has been revealed by Apple employees. However, the surprise element still remains because there is no mention of which iPhone variant is going to feature this. As far as our guesses go, this quad-HD panel will only be featured on the bigger of the two variants.
We know that all this above mentioned story impressed you a lot and got you all happy and excited for the upcoming Apple flagship and we hate to break your bubble here but the truth is that there is another theory which states the opposite. According to this theory, Apple will keep the resolution to 1704 x 960 for both the variants. Though it is nothing compared to what we stated above, but it is still a 50% increase in resolution over the iPhone 5s. But unfortunately, this indicates that the larger iPhone 6′s display would be less sharp than that of its less sizeable counterpart.