Avieshek

If only, this site was more with interactive inducing interface. This site is run by enthusiasts though, never let it become corporate centric like MacRumors. Until then, that's what keeps AppleInsider loving unlike PhoneArena. I would like to someday offer my enthusiastic service here as well.

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  • Apple and the future of photography in Depth: part 2, iPhone X

    The telephoto lens needs to be given equal importance and emphasis as the wide-angle lens. Starting with f/1.8 Aperture.

    It's also prime time that other areas are met like the 6-element lens which are made of plastics. During the iPhone 4s-5 period Apple planned of succeeding to glass citing Nokia's examples but it wasn't considered cost effective at time being ($1). Now, LG out-of-the 6 has replaced one with Glass as a start but Apple is already familiar with replacing all of them with Glass from Plastics which doesn't absorb natural colours and light.

    Apple had even planned out successors with Crystals like Sapphire and eventually Diamond but taking the first with Glass is like moving from transmissive to emmisive displays, Quantum-Dots & microLED are just evolution to OLED. If the plastics are replaced than truer colours can be retained instead of artificially saturating them but also purer light can be achieved eliminating noise even at 50mp. Software based artificial saturation can be replaced with natural colour and also more light.

    Sadly, it seems Apple forgot this crucial exploration after Steve Jobs expired.
    SoundJudgmentEngDevjony0
  • Apple TV 4K won't play 4K YouTube videos because of missing Google codec

    Maybe the owner of YouTube should address this which is not Apple. Just saying.
    StrangeDaysmacseekermdriftmeyerrepressthiswatto_cobrajony0
  • New Samsung ad attacks iPhone X download speed, ignores performance benchmarks

    Why are people complaining, in the end, it's the consumers. Americans consumers are emotional idiots.
    prismatics
  • Apple and the future of photography in Depth: part 2, iPhone X

    tmay said:
    Avieshek said:
    The telephoto lens needs to be given equal importance and emphasis as the wide-angle lens. Starting with f/1.8 Aperture.

    It's also time that other areas are met like the 6-element lens which are made of plastics. During the iPhone 4s-5 period Apple planned of succeeding to glass but it wasn't cost effective at the time. Now, LG has out-of-the 6 has one replaced with Glass.

    One could go even with Crystals like Sapphire and eventually Diamond but taking the first with Glass is like moving from transmissive to emmisive displays. If the plastics are replaced than not only more truer colours can be achieved but purer light will eliminate noise even at 50mp.
    I'm always happy to see an Optical Engineer comment on the design, and manufacturing, of a smartphone camera module.  /s

    I'm guessing that building a telephoto module with glass element(s), large aperture, and a larger sensor in a stack height less than 8 mm, and manufacturing that in volumes of at least 50 million units is non trivial.
    Has it become second nature of internet forums to be readily pessimistic and try to be sarcastically smart as well? Will you prefer to carry the same excuse 100yrs later when the population would expand in multiplications and it's hard for Apple to meet the scale.

    However, aside the fanboyism, The discussion mentioned above is not a random idea of an individual but an explorative discovery evaluated & portrayed by Apple alone. I hope Apple is conscious enough to not live in the same bubble as it's worshippers develop upon. Pixel XL 2 made quite a good show today.
    Apple saved that idea when they might feel the need to increase resolution. They have avoided that road for sometime now. Largan have started production of 18mp Image Sensor this October.
    SoundJudgmentMintzkevin keemuthuk_vanalingam
  • Apple's new macOS Mojave optimizes the Mac for iOS users, not PC switchers

    Rayz2016 said:
    ElCapitan said:
    ElCapitan said:
    >However, Apple hasn't been actively pushing Macs at Windows users lately. Actually Apple hasn't been actively pushing Macs at a rather large group of existing Mac users either.
    Mini, Mac Pro and to some extent MacBook Pro users have been neglected, pushed out in the cold for years. Add to them macOS Server users, and with the deprecation of OpenGL, an entire class of high end graphics and scientific users from whom the ability of running iOS apps is virtually irrelevant.
    Yes.
    The installed base of Mac users is ~150M. 
    The installed base of iOS users is ~1,150M

    The media narrative that Apple isn't updating Macs 

    Media narrative? - What planet are you living on?

    Besides ALL the iOS users are 100% dependent on Macs.

    Not a single app is created without a Mac. 

    NOT catering to the developer community who creates and maintains those apps is over time cutting the branch you sit on. 

    NOT catering to the IT professionals running the backends and infrastructures for those devices in everything from small businesses to large enterprises  is over time cutting the branch you sit on.
    If Apple isn’t catering for its developer community then how are all these iOS apps being created?

    Your question is like: “if there’s Global Warming, how are people still alive?”
    avon b7wozwozmuthuk_vanalingam
  • TSMC said to have locked up all 'A12' chip orders for Apple's 2018 iPhones

    What happens after 1nm?
    Picometer.
    watto_cobrafastasleep
  • Apple's App Store doubles Google Play revenue with only half the downloads, study finds

    Apple killed GameCentre. Funny.
    Alex1N