IPhone 5 Has 4-inch Screen Says Rumor

Posted: Feb 15 2011, 2:04am CST | by , in Rumors | Apple

iPhone 5 has 4-inch Screen says Rumor
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The current iPhone has a 3.5-inch screen.

A couple weeks ago rumors about huge screen resolutions of the iPhone 5 made their rounds. The rumors got later squashed. But something about the screen of the iPhone 5 might be new. Digitimes says that Apple will increase the iPhone screen size from 3.5-inch to 4-inch in the new iPhone 5.

The current resolution of the 3.5-inch Phone 4 screen is 960x640px. A lot of top of the line Android phones have a 4-inch screen. The question would be then if the resolution stays the same or gets increased. 4-inch Android phones roll with a 800x480px resolution on a 4-inch screen.

An 4-inch screen is the maximum size i would want in my pocket. Anything larger is a paint to carry around in pants.

In a related rumor Digitimes talks about Apple looking to find a manufacturer for the next Apple CPU - A5. Digitimes says that the iPhone 5 will get the A5 CPU and the iPad 2 is only getting an enhanced A4. If true the iPhone 5 is possibly outperforming the iPad 2. What sense does this make?

From a release schedule view we are looking at the new iPhone 5 to hit in June. Before that we expect the iPad 2 to break cover next month.

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