iOS 6 Supports Larger Display – 4-inch iPhone 5

The guys over at 9-to-5 Mac found some further proof to the speculation of the new iPhone resolution. The new iOS 6 developer version now supports a scaling display – in other words, when the resolution changes, additional rows and columns of icons can be added.

9-to-5 Mac adjusted the software simulator to 640 x 1136, which is the supposed resolution of the 4″ iPhone 5, and got some screenshots showing 5 rows instead of 4 rows rendered:

 

 

 

 

Source:
http://www.theverge.com/2012/8/7/3225844/apple-iphone-5-ios6-scaling-resolution-apps

http://9to5mac.com/2012/08/07/upcoming-ios-6-is-scalable-to-taller-640-x-1136-iphone-display-shows-possible-next-generation-device-user-interface/

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