Apple iPhone 5 (6th Gen) - 2012

Collection of drawings of the Apple iPhone 5 (6th Gen) display with measured dimensions and resolution

The release of the Apple iPhone 5 came with significant visual redesign. It was taller, thinner, had an aluminum back instead of glass, and was available in a color combination of either white/silver or black/slate. It marked the first time changes were made to the screen dimensions since the original iPhone, making space for more app icons to be displayed on the home screen. Pre-orders for the iPhone 5 sold twenty times faster than any of the prior models. It also featured Apple’s decision to change to a different dock connector coined, “Lightning,” which was met with mixed response as this switch caused accessory compatibility issues.

The Apple iPhone 5 (6th Gen) has height of 4.87” (123.8 mm), width of 2.31” (58.6 mm), depth of .3” (7.6 mm), and weighs 3.95 oz (112 g). The screen size is 4” (100 mm) diagonal with a resolution of 1136 x 640 px at 326 ppi.


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4.87” | 123.8 mm
2.31” | 58.6 mm
.3” | 7.6 mm
Display Size:
4” | 100 mm
1136 x 640 px; 326 ppi
3.95 oz | 112 g

Discontinued: September 10, 2013

16, 32, 64 GB
September 21, 2012


Drawings include:
Apple iPhone 5 (6th Gen) front elevation, back, side

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Apple iPhones are a product line of smartphones built around a multi-touch user interface. Introduced in 2007 by Apple Inc, the iPhone has been through eleven generations of hardware model updates, along with twelve versions of the iOS operating system.