To put both of these figures in perspective, the current Apple iPhone 6 features a 750 x 1334 resolution (326ppi). The Apple iPhone 6 Plus offers an FHD resolution of 1080 x 1920, for a pixel density of 401ppi. Previous speculation had Apple keeping the resolution the same on the new handsets.
The Weibo site also contained an alleged Geekbench score for the iPhone 6s, reportedly done on Thursday. It showed the phone running the A9 SoC with the CPU clocked at 1.8GHz. It also revealed that 2GB of RAM was employed by the phone. The single-core score was 2248, while the multi-core tally came in at 4036.
As usual, in a situation like this, we suggest taking this information with a grain of salt. The good news is that we don't have long to wait for all to be revealed. This Wednesday, Apple will unveil its new products at Bill Graham Auditorium in San Francisco. As we told you last night, security was tight as Apple started hanging banners and making last-minute changes for the September 9th event.
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