iPhone 5S Could Have A Retina Display With Full HD Resolution And Thin Edges

On May 29, 2013

A new rumor emerged today on the websites from China which suggest that Apple planned to double the number of pixels in the display of the iPhone 5S device and that would have thinner edges, just like the iPad Mini. According to rumor, Retina display of iPhone 5S would take nearly 2 times more pixels than the Retina display of the iPhone 5, rumors say exactly that from 730,000 pixels will make a pass at about 1.5 million pixels.

The screen has a diagonal of 4 inches, but outside the double of the number of pixels it would be located somewhat closer to the housing, Apple taking over the change from iPad Mini. In the iPad 5 we see thinner edges and looks like we will have exactly the same thing on iPhone 5S, if we are to believe the rumor. If Apple will double the number of pixels, then it will probably be doubled, or at least increasing its resolution, the terminal having a maximum resolution of 2272 x 1280 pixels (1136 x 640 pixels x2) exactly twice as the current one.

Given that most Android smartphones have either HD resolution or Full HD, it would not be unusual for Apple to double the resolution of its iPhone, but this is the first time we hear about such a radical change.