Originally Posted by Carmissimo
The current iPad with 32GB in base form retails for $599 so I think you underestimate just how much a high-rez screen at that size will add to the price.
Getting 32GB in addition to retina...
Originally Posted by Apple ][
You obviously remember wrong, because not only did he back it, but he was one of the geniuses who started the whole rumor. How can he be making fun of any iPad 4 rumor when he was basically saying...
Originally Posted by John Gruber
Hardware: New iPads early in 2012, including high-end models with double-resolution retina displays. I think Apple will continue selling the existing iPad 2 alongside the new ones, or introduce a...
Originally Posted by Wiggin
Incorrect. Plasmas are lit on an individual pixel basis, so a single pixel can be turned off.
if that were true, then the letterboxed area of 2.35:1 aspect films would not be immuninated on my...
Originally Posted by gwmac
From the article I linked.
"Their RGBW approach should enable some truly spectacular color variety, getting much closer to reality than the classic RGB or even the more advanced RGBY (yellow)...
Originally Posted by Prof. Peabody
You are entitled to your opinion of course but I would argue this exact same thing but reversing the positions of OLED and LCD technology.
LCD tech is far superior to OLED and (opposite to...
Originally Posted by eightzero
I see the charm, and this is exciting in that in offers a glympse of Apple's continuing tech innovations. But I still think the key to "cracking" TV is in Steve's comments regarding the...
Originally Posted by Nairb
Here is a production model form Sony with what they call "Intelligent Dynamic LED backlight"
Whether this adds anything to the viewing...
Originally Posted by PhilBoogie
Yes, that simple. Each pixel can be turned on or off, no? Or isn't that the case?
That is unfortunately not the case with LCD or Plasma, but that is the capability that OLED will bring to...
Originally Posted by BestKeptSecret
Exactly what I wanted to say. A lot of people are under the misconception that LED TVs mean that it is LEDs that do the display.
A misconception intentionally pushed by the LCD manufacturers;...