Apple enthusiasts are waiting for the iPhone 5 release date, and expect the handset to be newly redesigned over earlier models. One of the changes expected for the rumored iOS 6 new iPhone is a larger screen. Rumors suggest the handset will sport a 4-inch screen, which is only slightly larger than the 3.5-inch displays seen on the current 4S smartphone.
A recent article points out how this could be problematic for Apple fans, because when the iPad first hit the scene apps did not fit the screen properly. The option to magnify the app so it would fit the display better left a distorted look, and consumer aggravation.
Some techies have expressed concern that this same issue may occur once the iPhone 5 release date arrives, as apps may not be set to fit the larger display. Hopefully Apple is thinking ahead, and already has a solution in place for this issue. That is of course, if the rumors are true, and Apple is planning to make the new iPhone display larger than earlier models.
Once the iPhone 5 release date is revealed, would you buy it if the display was not compatible with the apps?