Originally Posted by Lukeskymac
And iPhone's Retina Display is still considered by the majority of reviewers as the best all-round display.
"Retina" is just a marketing definition of a certain resolution...
Originally Posted by joindup
...Apple invests unspecified amount in Sharp...
Bye bye Samsung.
Investing in old tech LCD is a wrong move. Sharp does not have Super AMOLED technology.
In one year from now Apple will be far...
Originally Posted by iPedro
Only tech geeks are concerned with tech specs. It's the experience that counts.
What "experience"? The iPhone screen is tiny, keyboard buttons small, data is slow (no 4G), no atenna fix for...
Originally Posted by Cpsro
It might have something to do with the size of the cross-sectional channels for light dispersion.
Maybe not so happy, if they want decent battery life!
AMOLED actually consumes higher power with a...
Originally Posted by shao
personally, i think more people would be happier with similar resolution HD Super AMOLED display on the ipad3 for a number of reasons.
1) much better battery life, especially at high brightness...
Originally Posted by Youarewrong
AMOLED is an active-matrix OLED. All phones, tablets and TVs using OLED in the future will use AMOLED displays.
That's right. Super AMOLED HD is superior to OLED. Apple would have to go to...
Originally Posted by apacheman
Is it true that Apple's A5 chipset and their "Retina" displays were made and are manufactured by Samsung and LG ?
Two of the best features of my iPhone 4S are made by Samsung, LG?...
Of course sooner or later Apple will release 4-4.5 inch iPhone and 6-7" iPad. It is just a matter of time until they will wake up. They do sell MacBooks, iMacs and iPods of various screen sizes. Don't they?
The longer Apple waits,...