9to5Mac: Both of these phones sport a new, larger display that...

9to5Mac: Both of these phones sport a new, larger display that...

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9to5Mac: Both of these phones sport a new, larger display that is 3.999 inches diagonally.  Apple will not just increase the size of the display and leave the current resolution, but will actually be adding pixels to the display. The new iPhone display resolution will be 640 x 1136.  That’s...
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