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Mobile Device Widths

Hi there, I was wondering if anyone knew of an online list of the widths of the most popular mobile devices, to be used to make responsive websites.

Thanks in advance!

2 Answers

Kevin Korte
Kevin Korte
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I agree with Jason! I like to build with percentages based on content, I couldn't even tell you what the size of an iPad is of the top of my head at the moment. I believe an iPhone 4/4s is 320x400? Don't remember any of the other ones.

With how fast mobile device screen sizes are changing, you don't want to set up values or breakpoints based on these devices, because tomorrow it'll be different.

Awesome. Thank you both. Jason Anello

I recommend that you use breakpoints based on your content/design and not on the current crop of popular devices.