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Upcoming iPhone display practically confirmed to be double resolution

Published May 29th, 2010 5:17PM EDT

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According to, at least. They apparently have a next-gen iPhone screen and put it under a microscope to get some finer details on the new display. A 960×640 IPS display is what they found. This was discovered by counting the RGB elements on the screen and then determining that both vertical and horizontal directions were doubled compared to the iPhone 3GS. While the resolution is double 480×320, the actual pixel density is actually quadroupled — that’s four pixels in place of every one pixel currently. The new dpi would be somewhere around 320 which is basically unheard of as far as available mobile devices go. What’s the fastest way to pass 9 days again?

[Via MacRumors]


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