According to DisplayMate, OLED has gotten to the point where its tremendous performance advantages over LCDs make it the definitive premier display technology for top-tier smartphones in the foreseeable future over the next 3-5 years.
Apple will soon require all new iPhone apps, including universal apps, to natively support the edge-to-edge OLED panel on iPhone X, hopefully putting an end to non-optimized apps that run with black borders at the top and bottom.
Apple announced a new 9.7-inch iPad Pro to join its existing lineup of tablets. It comes with some interesting new features and some hardware bumps, and some excellent new configurations.
Powered by an A9X chip and sporting new display technologies like the True Tone display, a powerful 12 megapixel iSight camera with 4K video recording, the 9.7-inch iPad Pro makes for a wonderful portable workstation no matter the conditions where you’re using the tablet.
If you’re interested in picking one up, then obviously you’ll need to know when they’re available and what they’re going to cost you.
In this tutorial, we’ll be showing you how you can create more space on your Mac’s Retina display – this includes the MacBook, MacBook Pro, and some iMac models. Scaling your Mac’s retina display is a great way to either make reading text easier on your eyes or to fit more content on a single screen.
Apple has left many questions unanswered regarding its upcoming smartwatch following its September unveiling. Representing a brand new form factor for iOS, the fashionable wrist-worn accessory sports a Retina panel which Apple bills as an “incredibly high pixel density” screen laminated to a machined and polished single crystal of sapphire (strengthened Ion-X glass on the Sport collection).
With today’s release of the official Apple Watch software development kit (SDK), watchful third-party developers have scanned the files in search of interesting tidbits and discovered references to pixel resolutions for both the 38mm and 42mm high Apple Watches, in addition to other previously unknown details worth mentioning.
Thirty years after the first Mac was unveiled, Apple has announced its highly anticipated 27″ iMac with Retina Display. The desktop’s display, which comes in at 5120×2880 native resolution, features a stunning 14.7 Million pixels, and is available starting today at $2,499.
To put these numbers in perspective, the display has 7 times more pixels than standard 1080p Full HD. That’s four times the pixels of the old 27″ iMac’s display, and 67% more pixels than a 4K display. In fact, it allows for full 4K video editing with room to spare.