The iPhone 8 would have 521 PPI density and the same screen quality between models 4.7 "and 5.5"
As time goes by we will have more information on the future iPhone of 2017, which many already baptize as iPhone 8 as there is no data on the name. Today at the earliest hour we report on Apple's intentions to change the Home button to an area of functions , now there are also details about the quality of screen that will mount the next iPhone.
A big step in terms of screen density, and improvement in the models of 4.7 "
KGI through Ming-Chi Kuo, reports on the screen density that will have the new banners of the apple bite mark, 521 pixels per inch, much more than the current iPhone 7 of 325 and 401. Apple could To leave differences between models of 4.7 "and 5.5" since it could have a same quality of screen between both. It would be two improvements over the past models, a better screen and a bigger battery in a smaller body (4.7 ") .
It would be the largest size in terms of screen area, a resolution of 2436 x 1125 against the 1334 x 720 that currently has the iPhone 7. The scale in terms of Retina Display would be 3x and not 2x as it is currently.
Will the best iPhone be the 2017?
Apple always boasts that the iPhone has always advanced and has not been stuck with respect to the competition. The intentions of Apple, if true, could bring us an iPhone that will be almost perfect in terms of screen, and I say almost perfect because in 9to5Mac have many unknowns regarding the sizes of screen offered. Some differences in the aspect and relation of the same is the doubt that will remain until the first leaks are known.
The iPhone with the best screen of the moment? Cupertino will have to see how favorable is that the screen has so much detail regarding the consumption of battery, will have to think about performance as the latest iPhone complain precisely this point with iOS 10.
What do you think of the new data on the screen of the iPhone 8? Will Apple get the best screen on a smartphone during this 2017? Share your opinions with us in the comment box.