iPhone 4, 4s:

Screen Size – 3.5′ inch

Points – 320 * 480

Pixel –  640 * 960    – iPhone 4, 4s rendered at 2x 

iPhone 5, 5s:

Screen Size – 4′ inch

Points – 320 * 568

Pixel –  640 * 1136    – iPhone 5, 5s rendered at 2x 

Display Standard and Display Zoom

The iPhone 6,6+,6s, 6s+, 7, 7+  have two display resolutions available, standard and zoom. Display zoom can be accessed under Settings -> Display & Brightness -> Display Zoom.

Zoom mode iPhone 6

Standard mode (left) is the default mode. Zoom mode (right) increases icon sizing and text, both on the home screen and within apps, such as Mail. When enabled, Display Zoom takes advantage of the larger displays on the iPhone 6,6+,6s, 6s+, 7, 7+, making text and key parts of the interface bigger and easier to read.

iPhone 6, 6s, 7

Screen Size – 4.7′ inch

Points – Display Zoom – 320 * 568

Standard – 375 * 667

Pixel –  Display Zoom –  640 * 1136    – iPhone 6, 6s, 7 rendered at 2x 

Standard – 750 * 1134

iPhone  6+, 6s+, 7+

Screen Size – 5.5′ inch

Points – Display Zoom – 375 * 667

Standard – 414 * 736

Pixel –  Display Zoom –  1125 * 2001    – iPhone 6+, 6s +, 7+ rendered at 3

Standard – 1242 * 2208

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