The iPhone 6s resolution is one of the best of all smartphones for the year that it was made. The iPhone 6s screen resolution is 334-by-750 pixels. The iPhone 6s screen size is 4.7-inches diagonally in length and the iPhone 6s screen size is roughly 7% smaller than the average smartphone with the Retina LCD display, but the iPhone 6s resolution is still great for the smaller screen size. While the iPhone 6s screen dimensions has a ratio of 16:9 that is a wonderful ratio for a smartphone and the iPhone 6s has a Retina display screen with a 326 ppi or pixels per inch. The iPhone 6s screen dimensions are very good and the iPhone 6s Plus screen resolution is not that much better for the comparison of pixels per inch. The reason for this is because the iPhone 6s Plus screen size is a little larger but not making the pixels per inch that much better than the iPhone 6s screen resolution.
The rumors of the iPhone 7 have been saying that there will be two different screen sizes and possibly two different model screens for the iPhone 7. It’s not much longer of a wait until Apple finally releases the new flagship smartphone that supposedly is going to better than any iPhone that has previously been created by Apple, Samsung, BlackBerry or HTC.
For more information about the iPhone 6s resolution, screen size or screen dimensions check out the Apple Store Website for more details.