Apple is testing two versions of the sixth-generation iPhone, both of which include a longer display that brings the smartphone near a 16:9 screen ratio, according to a report.
Both of the phones have a new 3.999-inch display, which has been the hot rumor this month. Apple will keep the current width of the iPhone's screen, but it will add 176 pixels to the height of the screen.
That addition brings the phone's resolution from 640 by 960 to 640 by 1,136, according to 9 to 5 Mac, which says it has "independently heard" the information. At those dimensions, the sixth iPhone comes close to a near-16:9 display ratio.
If you want to get a sense of what the new screen could look like, head over to Overdrive Design, which has made mock-ups of various apps running on the new screen size.