While it may or may not be announced next month at WWDC 2012, one thing about Apple’s next iPhone is clear: it has to be a major improvement over the previous model (iPhone 4S). One of the most expected enhancements is related to the handset’s display.
Many sources have pointed out that the iPhone 5 would have a display of at least 4 inches. Now, a leaked schematic that reportedly shows what the new Apple smartphone looks like suggests the display measures exactly 4 inches. As rumored last week, this 4 inch display could have an unusual 1136 x 640 pixel resolution.
The leaked schematic also suggests that Apple didn’t ditch the physical home button on the new iPhone. Also, the front-facing FaceTime camera is now positioned above the earpiece. Of course, there’s no way to confirm that what we’re seeing above is indeed an iPhone 5 schematic. But we’ll probably find out the truth soon.
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