I really hope that is fake.
I truly, honestly think and feel that the new iPhone will be made of all glass and practically no bezel. I got this info from Walter Isaacson's written biography of Steve Jobs. I researched more in-depth and found out that the english version of Mr. Jobs's biography was missing the "all glass iPhone" info but the Spanish and another langauge version, (my apologies for not remembering which langauge), had it included in those versions.
Same here. Losing one hand operation is just not acceptable as far as I'm concerned.Personally, I hope if it's getting bigger, that the ratio of width to height stays the same. First, apps can be scaled easier, second, I somehow like the ratio, I don't know why.
And I hope, if it's getting bigger, it won't be as much as an htc x1 or Galaxy S3. I tried both, just to see how this size works out, but my palm is too small to reach all icons with only one hand. And I wouldn't like to have to use two hands permanently.
i really don't think that is an iPhone due to the micro usb port at the bottom. i find it hard to believe that Apple would get rid of there proprietary port that all Apple products use today.
Only your "natural arithmetic" is wrong. HD resolution is 1920 x 1080, not 1280. Your aspect ratio would be... um... not doing the math. But not 16:91080p screen for sure. Why? If Apple wants to keep the same aspect ratio and not produce blackbars for previous apps, or even worse, stretch them out, 1080p is the only way to go with a larger screen size.
iPhone, 3G & 3GS -- 480 x 320
iPhone 4 & 4S -- 960 x 640 (Retina Display)
New iPhone -- 1920 x 1280 (HD Display, like the New iPad)
Notice the natural arithmetical progression in screen density. I really think we can expect this, folks.
I already knew that then but a bevy of problems this week didn't allow me to think about it until now as I reread it. I was looking at both numbers of the resolution equation doubling itself, however, only the first, larger one does.Only your "natural arithmetic" is wrong. HD resolution is 1920 x 1080, not 1280. Your aspect ratio would be... um... not doing the math. But not 16:9