People always expect great things from Apple. Although the iPhone 4S release was not to some’s expectations, but still it broke all records, and reached 1 million sales on the first day only. But for the next time it looks like Apple is not going to disappoint a single fan, as we have some great reports about the next iPhone, the iPhone 5.
Now, a German blog, Macerkopf is reporting that Apple is not only working on a Quad Core iPhone, but they are also looking to boost its resolution.
They report that,
So we reported an Apple software developer that different GPU driver versions are in development. A total of 14 GPU driver versions are currently in progress. Four versions include a tax rate (new generation of processors) for a resolution of 960 x 640 pixels, two versions of a tax rate for a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels and a version for a resolution of 1440 x 800 pixels. The rates of tax are also developed for a dual-core CPU.
For later in the drawer. In these resolutions can be closed to a screen size between 3.5 “and a maximum of 4.5”. BUT: A total of eight drivers have the resolution of the current iPhones. Again, it may be that you only take precautions for the additional driver “on hand” to have in the drawer.
As some of the Android Phone have already starting shipping with this resolution, so the next iPhone will probably have this resolution. A couple of months have barely passed since the iPhone 4S release, and already rumours of the next iPhone have started. God bless this rumour mill.