The iPhone 6, which will release next autumn, will contain a number of highly-anticipated features, including NFC, wireless charging, a much better 4G antenna, & a much bigger screen, a source close to the situation informs VentureBeat. The new iPhone is nearing completion and is now being examined for such things as durability, speed, and network efficiency. The phone will run the amazing new iOS 8 operating system that Apple introduced at its developers meeting earlier this week.
The new bigger display will take up a larger surface area of the front of the smartphone and be closer to the edge of the device say sources. If the next screen included a pixel-tripling mode it could likely boost the current 1,136 x 640 resolution on the iPhone 5/5S by 150 % to 1,704 x 960, while keeping the same 16:9 widescreen ratio found on Apple’s present iPhone 5, 5s and 5c. These details indicate a similar report published earlier by 9to5Mac.A 4.7-inch display could possibly have a ppi of 416, while a larger 5.5-inch screen could be capable of 356 ppi.
iPhone 6 would also “likely” get a brand new scratch-resistant covering, which we presume would be sapphire glass.