iPhone 5 Wireframe Sketch Template

iPhone 5 Wireframe Sketch Template

** Update **

There is a new and improved version of this template out. Check it out now!

I have been using an iPhone 4 sketch template that I found on the internet to draw all of my app wireframes. Since the iPhone 5 is 176px taller, I made this sketch template at the iPhone 5 size and thought I would share it. The screen is 1136px tall and 640px wide (at the retina resolution). The iPhone 4 was 960px tall which was a nice number. If you are at all familiar with the 960 grid system, you would know that 960 can be divisible evenly by many numbers—2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 15, 16, 20, 30, 40, 60 and more. Well, 1136 isn’t so nice. You will see in the template that all the squares are 40×40 except for the top row which have to be a fraction of a full square.

Feel free to download and share it. Let me know in the comments if you like it.

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9 Responses

  1. Mohawk says:

    You’re a punk.

  2. Mohawk says:

    Just kidding, I love you.

  3. Anonymous says:

    This awesome blog is obviously interesting and informative. I have discovered a lot of handy tips out of it. I

  4. Tania Mulry says:

    Hi Mike – Thanks for offering this! I’m going to use it for my university class.

  5. Melissa says:

    Mike,

    This is the best sketch so far. I would love to have them for iPhone 4S and tablets (iPad and iPad mini) as well for Samsung Galaxy phones. I run a small mobile app shop and would pay for them.

    Thanks

    • MDavidWalker says:

      I actually have most of those devices done in this style. I was planning on release different pdf’s with different options. Look for it soon!

  6. rgrainger says:

    This is great—thanks! Would love it if you wouldn’t mind posting the others!

  7. monkuu says:

    Hi, really thanks, it’s what I’m looking for.

    I wanna print wireframes on paper by actual size, 1:1. Could you tell me what’s its precious size, width*height, which I can adjust in illustrator?

    Thank again!

    • MDavidWalker says:

      These ones that I have provided here are actually 1:1 ratio if you print them off at full size.

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