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Rumors have been floating for months that the next iPhone will have a 4-inch diagonal display, and new visual evidence appears to back up these claims. The two images above show the alleged iPhone 5 on the left, and the iPhone 4S on the right. Both stills are from an 84-second video from Vgooo.com, a Chinese tech site, and offer compelling evidence that Apple's new handset is longer, but not wider, than its predecessor. According to NPD DisplaySearch analyst Shawn Lee, the 4-inch iPhone 5 display will be precisely 18% larger than the iPhone 4's 3.54-inch screen, and will maintain the Retina Display's 326-ppi resolution. It'll have a 16:9 aspect ratio too.
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