Wednesday, August 8, 2012

iPhone 5 Might Have A 5th Row Of Apps

There are many speculation on the next gen iPhone and one of the most wanted features by current iPhone users is the 5th row of apps. The past 5 generation of iPhone's only had 4 rows of apps with a healthy amount of spacing between the apps. The next gen iPhone rumors state that it will have a 4" display with a 1136 X 640 resolution which is a bump up from the current resolution. The ratio of the next gen iPhone will be at 16:9 and with all those specs there is bound to be a way to squeeze another row of apps and still have some adequate spacing. This is backed up by a user which was playing around in Xcode and found that by setting the resolution to 640 x 1136 or higher, the default setup of the home screen changes from 4 rows of icons to 5. It is to note that this only happened with the iOS 6 emulator though and not the iOS 5.1 emulator. The iPhone 5 launch is near and rumors are bound to come out anytime, we will keep you updated as time comes. 

Source: Phonearena 
Like our Facebook Page and Follow our Google Plus Page Please Subscribe for more updates (Button Located at the right side of the page)