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  • iPhone Screen Sizes (iOS 16)

    When developing for iPhone today, if you can set a minimum version of iOS 16.2 then you need to be prepared to support the following phones and their respective screen sizes.

    That’s ten different screen sizes from an iPhone 81 to an iPhone 14 Pro Max.

    Device Logical Dimensions Scaling Factor Physical Dimensions
    iPhone 14 Pro Max 430 x 932 @3x 1290 x 2796
    iPhone 14 Pro 393 x 852 @3x 1179 x 2556
    iPhone 14 Plus
    iPhone 13 Pro Max
    iPhone 12 Pro Max
    428 x 926 @3x 1284 x 2778
    iPhone 14
    iPhone 13 Pro
    iPhone 13
    iPhone 12 Pro
    iPhone 12
    390 x 844 @3x 1170 x 2532
    iPhone 13 mini
    iPhone 12 mini
    375 x 812 @3x
    (downsampled)
    1080 x 2340
    iPhone 11 Pro Max
    iPhone XS Max
    414 x 896 @3x 1242 x 2688
    iPhone 11 Pro
    iPhone XS
    iPhone X
    375 x 812 @3x 1125 x 2436
    iPhone 11
    iPhone XR
    414 x 896 @2x 828 x 1792
    iPhone 8 Plus 414 x 736 @3x
    (downsampled)
    1080 x 1920
    iPhone SE (3nd gen)
    iPhone SE (2nd gen)
    iPhone 8
    375 x 667 @2x 750x1334

    Comparing devices for “how much they can show on the screen” you should look at the Logical Dimensions column.


    1. iPhone 8 was released on 22 September 2017 and discontinued on 15 April 2020↩︎