|Feb 10, 2013, 11:49 AM||#1|
so what is Apple going to do with their weird resolution? They have to go up eventually right? And doubling again seems really hard technically, and it would give a 2272x1280, which is again a weird resolution.
If only they started out with 360 wide, retina would be 720 wide and we would have a nice 720p panel in the iPhone 5.
Any thoughts? What are they going to do/should be doing?
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|Feb 10, 2013, 01:51 PM||#3|
Going by Apple's definition of a Retina display, there's technically no need to make it any higher as the difference would be unnoticeable. I can't see the resolution changing any time soon.
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|Feb 10, 2013, 07:11 PM||#6|
Ideally I would like Apple to just switch to a 720p screen and then be done with it. But I don't have high hopes for this as Apple just changed the screen resolution and they like to be different.
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