Analysts have offered insight into the screen technology to be deployed in several upcoming Apple products, including the iWatch, 12.9-inch iPad, and two new iPhone sizes.
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iPhone 6 could boast 400+ PPI, details emerge on 12.9-inch iPad and iWatch displays

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The iPhone 6 (or whatever it ends up being called) could feature a display with a pixel density of 401 PPI, according to research conducted by DisplaySearch. The site’s analysts have offered insight into the screen technology to be deployed in several upcoming Apple products, including the iWatch.

The aforementioned iPhone would feature a 5.5-inch display and resolution of 1920 x 1080. That phablet-sized option would be joined by a 4.7-inch iPhone with a resolution of 1600 x 900, or 386 pixels-per-inch. The rumored 12.9-inch iPad could feature a display with a 2732 x 2048 resolution, which would be inline with rumors of 2K resolution (though there is no mention of the supposed 4K version).

All three of those devices would sport traditional LCD technology. Things start to get interesting when we talk about the long-in-gesticulation iWatch. DisplaySearch sees that device utilizing a flexible AMOLED display sized at either 1.3 inches (320 x 320) or 1.6 inches (at the same resolution). While this is presented as an either/or scenario, in the past we have heard mention of the possibility of two iWatch sizes launching simultaneously. It is possible, however, that Apple is simply testing multiple display sizes.

[via DisplaySearch]

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