Oh, Apple – you used to be so good at hiding things like this. It would appear that the iOS 6 Beta 4 Simulator, which comes bundled when you download the newest developer version of XCode (which was seeded to developers alongside iOS 6 Beta 4), allows users to bump the resolution all the way up to 1136 x 640, which is exactly the same as the oft-rumored resolution of the next-generation iPhone. When enabled, an additional row of app icons is available on the home screen – which is again exactly as many rumors this go around said would happen.
This is by far the most telling sign that the next-generation iPhone, which is due to be revealed on September 12th at Apple’s next keynote event, will indeed feature a longer 4″ screen. Anyone excited that September’s just around the corner yet?