The beta 3 of iOS 14 confirms the expected 5.4-inch iPhone 12

The arrival of September alerts everyone known about Apple. For the big apple, September is a great month where news about the iPhone is released. Details of the next iPhone 12 have been leaking for a few months. Among them, there will be four models: iPhone 12 5.4-inch, iPhone 12 Max 6.1-inch, iPhone 12 Pro 6.1-inch and iPhone 12 Pro Max 6.7-inch. The new 5.4-inch iPhone 12 size it’s a new size that has been confirmed in beta 3 of iOS 14 thanks to the new settings of the iOS Display Zoom function.

Display Zoom in iOS 14 reveals the new 5.4-inch iPhone 12

The rumored 5.4 inch iPhone 12 it will be the smallest display model within the new devices. In addition, it is much smaller than the iPhone 11 and X. That is why the new size will give new features and options within iOS. Thanks to that and the exhaustive analysis by some developers, the beta 3 of iOS 14 has hinted at this new iPhone under Display Zoom functionality.

The function Zoom or Zoom Display It is an option available in iOS that allows users to make the icons of their devices bigger. I mean, the end goal is increase interface elements with the aim of looking better and interacting with them more easily. Its operation is simple. When this option is activated, for iOS the iPhone screen changes to the screen of a smaller iPhone, therefore, will expand the user interface. That is, if we have a 4.7-inch iPhone, iOS will treat it as a 4-inch, while with a 5.5-inch, iOS will treat it as a 4.7-inch.

The iOS 14 beta 3 includes new features in Display Zoom. The guys at 9to5mac have managed to apply resolutions of 960 × 2079 pixels on 5.8-inch models. Until now, the iPhone X has not received this feature because there has never been a modern iPhone smaller than 5.8 inches. However, the iPhone 11 if they go from 6.5 inches to 5.8 inches. The arrival of this new resolution could mean the arrival of a new 5.4-inch iPhone with a resolution of around 640 x 1386 pixels.

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