The display panels supposedly intended for different models of the iPhone 7 will own updates as to its resolution. According to a published photograph, the 4.7 - inch iPhone 7 will hold a maximum resolution of 1080p, while the iPhone 7 Plus will get an impressive resolution of 2 K, somewhat exaggerated, considering that most of the content still is in a lower resolution than 2 K.
The Cupertino company was one of the first smartphone manufacturers that focused on the panels of high-resolution displays, when launched the Retina screen with the iPhone 4. But since then, rival companies have created panels crisper , which it has meant that the iPhone has lagged behind in terms of display technology.
Quad screens in 2K or HD screens are now standard (but somewhat exaggerated) in recent Android devices such as Samsung, Apple's biggest competitor. Now, according to a photograph published in Weibo, the iPhone 7 Plus will also have a Quad HD screen.
If this becomes true, it would mean a big step and leave aside the classic 1080p panel currently included in the iPhone 6s Plus. Moreover, it is also expected to increase its resolution iPhone in July, with Retina HD display, which would pa 1080 750 p.
The photograph shows a series of screens that were allegedly made by JDI, a provider of screen that has been associated with Apple for quite some years.
Of course, it is difficult to establish whether these photographs are genuine, but this is the first time we've heard that the number of iPhone 7 could include screens with high resolutions that would give sharper images, so it may be best to take this report tweezers.