We've always thought that Amoled on Android phones were better than retina displays. With the iPhone 6, Apple sticks to the time honored tradition of LCD displays, but Retina HD adds the missing factor of high definition to the screen. iPhones never had high definition screens. Although by adding retina pixels, it never mattered because things were just as crisp. Or so we thought. But what does Retina HD really change? Apple emphasizes richer colors, darker blacks and better white balance, and last but not least, wider viewing angles. Which is what Amoleds usually have. Apple is promising all of the things that Amoled provides. Is Apples dislay the best in the industry?