The interface for the 5.5-inch model presents a more productive workspace with dual-panes
It is widely accepted that the 4.7 inch iPhone 6 is not going to see any major changes to the interface and will most likely only function as a larger version of the already existing interface we see on the current gen iPhone 5. The case for the 5.5 inch version is however a different one since it is highly speculated that this one is going to run in landscape mode; much like the iPad’s user interface. Thanks to developer Steven Troughton-Smith, he altered the iOS simulator to run at 736 points x 414 points (1472 x 828 at 2x or 2208 x 1242 at 3x), the resolution we first reported was likely in the cards for at least one iPhone 6 model, and provided us with screenshots of the presented interface.
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The landscape interface of the 5.5 inch version is depicted in the screenshots and we can tell that this model presents a more productive workspace with dual-panes. One of the changes includes the ability of users to see an entire month view in the calendar along with a longer list of events. This further means that the iPhone 6 allows you to view individual contact cards alongside your full contacts list.
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