After examining their web server logs, BGR spotted various devices running iOS 12, including one that had a screen resolution like no other iPhone or iPad -- 414x896.
That width matches the width of the iPhone 8 Plus and 7 Plus in points but the height is much larger (896 versus 736).
How will Apple scale up this 414 x 896 resolution for the iPhone X Plus? If it uses the same solution as the iPhone X, then we’ll have to triple those numbers to find out the real resolution — we’re looking at 1242 x 2688. If Apple applies the same 2.608 multiplying factor as it has done with every Plus model to date, we’re looking at roughly 1080 x 2336.
Notably, Bloomberg's Mark Gurman has confirmed this resolution as belonging to the iPhone X Plus in a tweet.
BGR finds an 1242 x 2688 iPhone in its web logs (guess why Apple rolled out new Safari privacy features). That’s indeed the “iPhone X Plus” 6.5-inch phone, as we heard in January.
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