iPhone 5, Warm VS Cold.

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  1. striker33 macrumors 65816

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    Think poster is referring to the screen.
     
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    My bad when I saw this the picture wasn't there.

    I prefer the cold but tbh, don't compare and just use it.


    You never would have noticed out of the box wither it was cold or warm.

    Just be happy with it.
     
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    I prefer accurate. My iPhone 4 was definitely more cool/blue but my iPhone 5 looks closer to true colors, i.e. a whitish white as opposed to bluish white.
     
  8. striker33 thread starter macrumors 65816

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    The one on the right was my first one, and I still prefer it, but it is being returned due to damage out of the box.

    The replacement on the left is also in the process of being returned. It has yellow tinting to the right hand side of the screen, which led me to comparing the 2 devices, which then showed the difference in calibration, but that doesnt bother me. The non-uniformity of the screen however does. Android phones may get away with such flaws due to using a lot of blacks for menus etc, but sadly iOS uses the worst colours imaginable for showing screen faults.

    Decent picture here to show the shift in colours:

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