Lisa has been reporting on all things mobile for Laptopmag.com since early 2013. When she’s not reviewing gadgets, she’s usually browsing patent databases or interviewing experts to track down the hottest tech trends before they even happen. Lisa holds a B.A. in Journalism from SUNY Purchase and has contributed to The International Business Times, The New York Daily News and Guitar World Magazine.
I for one don’t want that big of a sceeen thats one of the reason i haven’t gone with samsumg. I love my iphone and always will keep using apple product. Also IOS is way better then the OS system runs way smoother. i dont really care about some of the features on the galaxy has long has my phone runs smoothly and has great game and few specs that i want than i am happy with it.. i think the screen at 4inch is good but if they do go big no bigger then 126.96.36.199 inch would be good
The iphone 5 and 5s screen are HD. For sure, for sure. The PPI, or pixel density, is way higher then high definition standards at 326.
In the beginning, several resolutions were published as “HD”, but that’s for big TV displays. Even at super high resolutions, big TVs have a much lower pixel density than iPhone 5. A 1080P TV will be far less HD then iPhone5.
There are very few phones with higher pixel densities than iPhone. The HTC One does have a higher density. The Samsung really doesn’t, because its a Pentile screen, which means its missing 1/3 of the subpixels, which reduces its effective resolution. When then divided by the massive screen size, the resolution is worse, or lower res, than iPhone 5.
Most of these recomendations are to make IPhone be just like Samsong Galexy or some of the other existing phones. IPhone needs to be leading with new ideas and new technology and not following or catching up.
Next generation Iphone needs to have the smae Wow factor and the same kick in the pants technology as we all felt when the very first Iphone was introduced. It should make you want to stand in line for hours just to get it and not be able to put it down.
What is the point of increasing the resolution on a device that already has pixels smaller than the human eye can discern? Doing so will not make ANY difference in the perceived display quality and will only serve to use up processor bandwidth for no reason. Who writes this stuff? Some amount of technical knowledge is required to write about technical issues, not just a Journalism degree. Sheesh.
When is the new MacBook Pro and new Imac 2014 coming out? Do you have a release date?
Will apple be making ITV meaning televisions?
Which is better the Imac 27″ or the MacBook Pro 15″ with retina display?
Please can you advise?