Apple's WWDC *has* shown an iPhone with 4 inch screen

gladoscc

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In the iPhone 4 / iOS 4 WWDC, while showing off folders there was a iPhone screenshot with a 4 inch screen - there were 5 normal rows of apps + 1 dock. Apple has being planning a 4 inch screen since 2010.. I'm shocked that nobody else has realized this in relation to iPhone 5.. I discovered it from an article/comment on gizmodo.
 

Cougarcat

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Pic?

Yes, they have planned it for a while––remember the leaked PhotoStream icon?––but I think you're misremembering that.
 

gladoscc

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Pic?

Yes, they have planned it for a while––remember the leaked PhotoStream icon?––but I think you're misremembering that.
Definitely not misremembering that, the screenshot had a total of 6 rows. Other people were discussing it too. Quicktime isn't working for me, but if you look through the keynote and pay attention to when folders is being demoed you can see it.
 

AdrianK

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I find it hard to believe that none of the 100+ tech bloggers at said event made a massive deal of it.

Looking forward to screenshots though.
 

Cougarcat

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Definitely not misremembering that, the screenshot had a total of 6 rows. Other people were discussing it too. Quicktime isn't working for me, but if you look through the keynote and pay attention to when folders is being demoed you can see it.
It's on Youtube. Watched the folders section, not there.

What you are saying doesn't even make sense--Steve is demoing it live on an iPhone 4.
 

Lightey

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I think he's talking about when Steve opens the folder, there are "5 rows" of apps. :p
 

ChrisTX

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Totally bogus. Sure there have been 4" IPhone prototypes in Jony Ives lab but nothing out in the wild.
 
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