Apple’s 6th generation iPhone is widely expected to feature a taller 4-inch display with 1136×640 resolution.
Back in May, we had shown you how some of the popular apps will look like on the next iPhone with a taller display.
But those were just mockups. 9to5Mac who had discovered that iOS 6 automatically scales the home screen display to the taller 1136×640 display, now report that apps that are included in iOS 6 simulator come with tweaked interface to fit the taller display.
They’ve posted several photos of native apps such as Contacts, Game Center etc. and UI elements such as the new share screen, Spotlight etc. running on taller iPhone display with 1136×640 resolution, which gives a very good idea on what they will look like on the next generation iPhone.
the home screen (as we already demonstrated), lock screen, Spotlight, Share Sheet, Maps, and list and table-view based, Game Center, and more, all appear to be optimized for the taller display. Notice how the UI automatically scales to include 16 apps within a home screen application folder, up from the 12 on a current iPhone.
This is an interesting as it indicates that Apple is definitely working on the taller display with 1136×640 resolution in iOS 6, which will be preinstalled in the next generation iPhone.
While a bigger iPhone display is good news as it has been on the wish list of many users for quite sometime, we would have preferred the 6th generation iPhone to also come with a wider display. What about you?