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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by Shyfe, Jul 10, 2009.
do you think those are perfect too?
No. They are very yellow, meaning yellow screen.
Well, they're not yellow. They just have the gradient issue.
So let me get this straight. You asked a question and then corrected a response? Why not add a little more information to your posts.
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this is a weird thread.
no, what I'm trying to do is set a basis for comparison because I think some people who think their screen is perfect actually don't have a perfect screen.
And who determines what exactly a perfect screen is? I say my screen looks exactly the way it should, so to me it is perfect.
Bahahaha! Oh lordy, MacRumors, what has happened to you?
Says who. Do YOU know what the perfect color temperature of the screen is supposed to be? Do you realize that people might have preferences either way - or not care?
YOU can't set a basis for anything. Your sample size it tiny compared to the 1 million 3gs out there. Good luck
yes i can. by telling people to compare their screens to the same ones i have seen, i am setting a basis. what are you talking about? do you know what a basis is? what does it have to do with sample size? we're not conducting a z test are we?
i think what he is trying to say is that how can you (the OP) tell people what a perfect screen is? Perfection is a matter of opinion and can not be tested in these comparisons.
This is ridiculous. It really ****ing is, people going around to stores looking at all the demo screens?
C'mon, just stop.
My screen is perfect, do you want to come see it?