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gweedo said:I have little confidence in this trend to attempt to turn classics into shows given what they did to Foundation.
22july2013 said:The odd thing is, the top centre of a macOS computer is always empty because the "Menu Bar" is always blank in that area. So people who use the menu bar (which is most of us) wouldn't really mind if there was a notch in that area. I suppose Windows computers would need to put the notch in the bottom of the screen since that's where the Windows "Task Bar" usually is.
And with some languages that can get even worse.
rob53 said:Don't understand all the negativity about a FaceID notch. There's a 1/4" along the top of my iMac display for standard macOS items and application menu drop down items. Even on a larger laptop, there's room for a 1" long area for the cameras, an out of bounds area. It would be black so anyone using full screen shouldn't really notice it. I would welcome FaceID on the display, especially on iMacs but it wouldn't hurt on laptops, so it isn't have to be in an external keyboard (iMac). TouchID works but FaceID is better.
Not only that but the mouse cursor movement is supposed to be limited by upper border of the bar, so either the cursor would end up hidden behind the notch or it would some weird behaviour to contour the notch when you are working with the menus.
KITA said:Comparison with more recent results running the same version of Geekbench and as close as possible for iOS version.
iPhone 12 Pro Max - iOS 14.71 - Geekbench 5.4.1 - Sept. 15th 2021 (https://browser.geekbench.com/v5/cpu/9853975)
A14 @ 2.99 GHz
Singe Core Score: 1605
Multi Core Score: 4294
iPhone 14,2 - iOS 15 - Geekbench 5.4.1 - Sept. 15th 2021 (https://browser.geekbench.com/v5/cpu/9851461)
A15 @ 3.22 GHz
Singe Core Score: 1728 (+7.6% over A14)
Multi Core Score: 4695 (+9.3% over A14)
Singe Core Score: 1734 (+ 8% over A14)
Multi Core Score: 4818 (+ 12.2% over A14)