iPhone 6 Rumored To Have 2K Retina Display

iPhone 6 rumors and reports are never ending and until today we still hear many news and reports about it. Today we've got a new report from an Asian source citing“Apple employees” in Hong Kong, Apple’s upcoming iPhone 6 will pack in a much improved Retina display boasting Quad HD screen resolution of 2,560-by-1,440 pixels.
This would be a huge update from both the current four-inch 1,136-by-640 Retina display on the iPhone 5/5s/5c and the rumored 1,704-by-960 pixel resolution screen claimed earlier this month by a reliable blogger…

A report relayed by GforGames mentions a recent photograph featuring Taiwanese media star and race car driver Jimmy Lin holding what appears to be an iPhone 6 unit. The photo is authentic, the story claims, adding that Lin is holding the real iPhone 6 unit rather than a physical mockup.

Apparently, Apple employees in Hong Kong and elsewhere have received iPhone 6 Beta units for testing purposes. Why haven’t these unites leaked before?

The report does not specify which iPhone 6 model (4.7 or 5.5-inch) will supposedly incorporate a Quad HD screen.

For reference, well-known tipster Sonny Dickson in March said that the iPhone 6 has an Ultra Retina screen at 389ppi versus the current pixel density of 326ppi.

Also, reliable blogger Mark Gurman recently claimed that Apple will use pixel-trippling technique to give the next iPhone a 1,704-by-960 pixel canvas.

Would giving the next iPhone a Quad HD screen make sense, do you think?


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