In the weeks leading up to the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus launch, Apple was busy getting iOS 8 ready for public release. In the early beta stages of the new operating system update, coding was discovered that pointed to a higher resolution iPhone. As we all know, the iPhone 6 Plus have a higher resolution than the iPhone 5s with the 6 Plus tapping out at 1920 x 1080p resolution at 401 ppi.
Today, Cult of Mac is reporting that similar coding has been discovered in the current beta version of iOS 8.1. App developer Hamza Sood was the first to uncover the assets and posted his opinion on the matter to Twitter. Sood is calling the coding potential proof of “Retina HD iPads.”