BY | June 4, 2013

Now it is almost clear that Apple iPhone 5S release date is not expected during WWDC. Meanwhile its display will pack double the screen resolution of iPhone 5.

iPhone 5S rumors are spreading fast. There are many people who are expecting the new version of the top selling smart phone at Cupertino based company Apple’s forthcoming event World Wide Developers Conference beginning June 10 in San Francisco.

But so far there are reasons to believe that the handset may not be showcased during the event. Though you cannot be sure about its arrival or no show right now. Most of the time we usually get a fairly good idea about the forthcoming products as Apple suppliers leak something deliberately or employees showcase something. Many a times even Apple employees forget or lose their handsets that they get for testing purpose only, giving more than enough ideas to Apple fans and others about the product Apple is set to be launched.

But right now there are not many indications or leaks throwing light on the next generation update Apple is bringing to its top selling product, iPhone. Nonetheless we are sure that the Cupertino based company’s new iteration will feature twice higher pixel density than its current model. Apple will make a radical change to the display of the next iPhone by doubling pixels nearly to 1.5 million, rumored the Chinese tech blog WeiPhone.com. Further, the device will have a slim bezel, even if it is not clear how Apple may realize this drastic change to the device.

Long-time Apple analysts say that improving the camera quality substantially is essential to face competition from the high-end Android phones. Most of the new FullHD-based Android handsets, for example, Samsung Galaxy S4, HTC One and Sony Xperia Z tout 1080p displays with a pixel density of over 440-ppi. A decision from Apple to double pixel density from the current 326-ppi to just about 489-ppi is crucial for the company. “iPhone 5S (or iPhone 6) to have a more narrow screen frame, is now preparing, will ship in September. In addition, the product also has a screen 1.5 million pixels, compared to nearly 730,000 iPhone 5 the number of pixels,” says WeiPhone.com.

Nonetheless improving the display quality substantially will certainly be a tough challenge for Apple. Last year, when the company increased pixel density of iPhone 5, developers needed to tweak their products to support its new taller screen. As well, Apple brought similar changes to the pixel density of iPhone 4 in 2010 to integrate Retina display, causing developers angry. Now, it will be tough for Apple to double up the pixel density of its smartphone without triggering anger in developers. So, it is interesting to see how the company may cop up with the difficulties with it. It is also not clear if Apple will expand the size of iPhone’s display this time also.

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