iOS 6 automatically scales at 1136×640 resolution

On August 8, 2012

The iOS 6 is now at its 4th Beta version and it seems that a lot that the developer can know about the iOS 6. For example, instead of the 19-pins connector that people have been mentioning before, you will be looking at 9-pins instead. This was known from the iOS 6 Beta 4 SDK. With this being said and done, you are definitely looking at a much smaller connector as compared with the previous 30-pin that was present on just about any mobile Apple devices.

In addition to the number of pins available at the connector dock, you will also be able to know about the resolution that the next iPhone will take. The next iPhone will presumably be of 1136×640 resolution which means that it most probably be a taller design as compared with the one that is present today. This was also known from the latest version of the iOS 6 which automatically scales the screen at the aforementioned resolution.

This was visible at an iPhone simulator on which the usual 4 rows present at the home screen were replaced with 5 rows instead. However, this wasn’t the case at any other resolutions that the user has applied.