Saturday, 15 March 2014

iPhone 6 tipped with 389ppi 'Ultra-Retina' display, 5.59mm thickness



New rumours have surfaced online for Apple's upcoming iteration of the iPhone handset. The rumours hint the iPhone 6 will arrive with a much thinner body, powerful processor and a higher pixel density screen.
The rumours come from Sonny Dickson, the Australian teen who rose to fame in the build up to the release of iPhone 5s with what turned out to be largely accurate leaks. Dickson, in one of his four tweets on the subject, said, "iPhone 6 will be 0.22 inches thick #JustSaying." The measurement barely comes around to 5.59mm, which is just 0.04mm thicker than what is claimed to be the world's slimmest handset, the Gionee Elife S5.5.
Dickson also mentioned the inclusion of an Ultra-Retina screen, which will pack 389 pixels per inch (ppi). The tipster furthermore talked about the chipset that might arrive in the next Apple iPhone. "The new Apple A8 processor will run at 2.6GHz #JustSaying," his tweet read.
Dickson finally tweeted "These specs could be the real thing #JustSaying." One can only wait for the device to launch officially to know what Apple has in stock for its fans.
Based on the previous leaks, it has been indicated that the iPhone 6 might sport a bezel-less display. In addition, another report claimed that the iPhone 6 will pack a larger 8-megapixel camera sensor, and will sport an aperture size of f/2.0, as compared to the iPhone 5's f/2.4 and iPhone 5s' f/2.2.
Further, the alleged iPhone 6 will sport OIS (optical image stabilisation) and a CMOS sensor manufactured by Sony, reports have indicated.
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