Iphone 5 Release Date: How The Apps And Keyboard Look Like
We are all aware about Apple’s rumored decision for their new iPhone 5 – to use a thinner and more advanced screen, which allows the new handset to lose 1.7 mm of thickness when compared with the iPhone 4S. This being said I think there are a lot of folks out there very curious regarding how exactly will the new screen perform and scale our day-to-day apps. Actually, there are a couple of days now since we first found out that the iOS 6 application simulator is able to run applications at 1136 x 640, resolution which we will probably see on the new 4 inch screen iPhone 5. Now we discover that Apple has already implemented a system that can scale applications. Basically some applications already have the needed native graphics required to run in this mode, the system applications are displayed correct and correspondingly and Springboard knows it needs to list several applications. All are being prepared for the release date of the new iPhone 5.
For the applications we skip to the IOS keyboard because it will be changed in the new iPhone 5, but changes will occur only when talking about the landscape keyboard version. The landscape keyboard is longer than normal, but in portrait mode it is not modified at all considering that the portrait resolution was not changed.