2012 MacBook Pro Models Will Sport 2880 x 1800 Retina Resolution Displays [DigiTimes]
Digitimes is reporting via its anonymous sources in the supply chain that the 2012 MacBook Pros will sport Retina displays with a whopping 2880 x 1800 resolution. The report also claims that manufacturers like Acer and Asustek Computer are also planning to launch high-end notebooks having displays with resolutions as high as 1920 x 1080 pixel as compared to 1366 x […]
Sony & Hitachi Begin Shipping 4-Inch Displays For iPhone 5?
A Japanese Mac blog, Macotakara (via Apple Insider), is claiming that Sony Mobile Display Corporation and Hitachi Displays have begun shipping 4-inch displays for a new iOS device. Though the blog doesn’t elaborate which device the new displays will be used for, but the obvious choice seems to be the redesigned iPhone 5 which is strongly rumored to […]
Apple To Replace Samsung With Sharp As iPhone / iPad Display Supplier
Back in April, we reported that the sixth generation iPhone could feature much thinner and lighterÂ Sharpâ€™s poly-silicon LCDsÂ which would go into production at a dedicated facility developed by Sharp by the end of year 2012. Few days back, we published another report via Digitimes that Apple might have cancelled the iPad 3 launch in 2011 […]
Gmail for Mobile Gets Retina Display Graphics, Pull to Refresh, and Transitions
Gmail for the web has just received a slight refresh this afternoon, as noted on the Gmail blog. The most notable features include Retina Display graphics and icons for iPhone 4 users, pull to refresh for your inbox, and transitions that slide left to right when navigating between inboxes and menus. Now, what I don’t […]
‘iPhone 6’ Will Feature Sharp’s Poly-Silicon LCDs in 2012?
The iPhone 5 hasn’t even been announced, but the latest report indicates next-generation LCD panels from Sharp will power the sixth generation iPhone in 2012. Japanese newspaper Nikkan reports Sharp’s primary facility used for building LCD TVs has started to prepare equipment for production. What exactly are the benefits of this new LCD technology from […]
Apple Posts New iPhone TV Ad – Retina Display
Right on the heels of the latest iPhone TV ad that focused on Game Center, Apple has released a new ad that focuses on the Retina Display. The commercial can be seen below: The Retina Display on the iPhone 4 is by far one of my favourite features. The crisp, clear display is a real […]
The Problem With a 4-inch â€˜iPhone 5â€² Display
Recent rumours from Digitimes indicated that the next iPhone will sport a 4″ displayÂ and house a next-generation A5 chip. Other rumours from the WSJ hint at an iPhone ‘Nano’Â with and ‘edge to edge’ screen. We won’t know if any of these come to life until they happen. But in regards to the 4″ display, TUAW […]
Infinity Blade: The Fastest Grossing App of All Time
One of the most highly anticipated iOS games, Infinity Blade, was released four days ago. From the makers of Unreal Tournament, Infinity Blade sports some of the best graphics you’ll ever see on an iOS device, especially on the Retina Display of the iPhone 4. Infinity Blade Now the Fastest Grossing App of All Time […]
iPhone 4 vs iPod Touch 4 HD Video Comparison
The new fourth generation iPod Touch debuted with the Retina Display and 720p video recording capabilities. The iPod Touch is like an iPhone without the phone, GPS, and 5mp camera. Obviously Apple could not include all of those features and keep pricing the same for the iPod Touch line up. That’s wishful thinking. The blogÂ letemsvetemapplem.eu […]
Today’s iPod Event Summary: What You Need to Know
Today’s live streamed Apple iPod Event was seen by a lot of people, yet the stream held up except for a few choppy bits during the new iTV demo. It was really interesting to hear about the announcements made today, so this post will include “musings” over the updates released today and some info you […]
Is the iPhone 4 ‘Retina Display’ Actually True?
One of the most anticipated new features of the iPhone 4 is Apple’s so called Retina Display. During the 2010 WWDC Keynote, Steve Jobs went on to tell the audience that the new Retina Display output provides more DPI than the human retina can handle. Was he correct in making those claims? Raymond Soneira Calls […]