Showing posts with label Hi-Res. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Hi-Res. Show all posts

Friday, April 20, 2012

Next Gen iPhone To Have In-Cell Touch Panels

Next Generation iPhone Adopt In-Touch Panels - Digitimes

According to Digitimes, the next Apple iPhone would use Touch Panels manufactured by Sharp and Toshiba.

An improvement in yield rates of the in-cell touch panels at Sharp and TMD has persuaded Apple to choose to cooperate with Japan-based panel makers. Sharp will produce the in-cell panels at its 5.5G lines, while TMD will utilize its 6G lines for production, indicated the sources, adding that the two makers will begin to ramp up in-cell panel production in the second quarter of 2012. - Digitimes

We might see a different display in the new iPhone 5 which should keep up the brand standard with the Hi-Res Retina Display and crispier text, not to mention the stunning gaming experience.


According to CNET - In-cell multitouch technology integrates touch into the thin-film transistor (TFT) LCD manufacturing process, obviating the need for additional sensors and glass. This reduces the weight of the device, among other benefits.

To wrap up the topic, Apple is testing new display for the upcoming iPhone 5 which could likely release after the WWDC event, somewhere in June just like the release of its predecessor iPhone 4S.

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Saturday, March 24, 2012

Retina Display Macs And iMacs Coming Soon

Speculations Based Upon The New iPad's Retina Display - What Can We Expect In Future Macs



apple mac book pro retina featuring retina display


Earlier this month Apple released The New iPad which features the stunning Hi-Res Retina Display. That makes it the second most successful product that Apple has ever launched. What attracts the buyers is the HiDPI that makes the text on these devices crispier and images brighter and beautiful. With the iPad featuring retina display it wouldnt come as suprise if the future apple products like the mac book pro and mac book air will feature a hi-res Retina Display.

apple mac to get retina displayLets have a look at Apples HiDPI assuming that there the Retina Display Macs should not only have better battery but also better GPU power. The image with HiDPI is clear and the text appears crispier which makes the entire screen look absolutely stunning.
Lets have a look at the current Display Matrix of Apple Products:

apple mac book air retina display

If Apple were to introduce the Hi-Res Retina Display, the key places to focus at would be :

  • Display : Obviously a Hi-Res and better quality display close to Retina - Display
  • Battery : If apple were to add retina display then the batter need a lot of improvement.
  • Weight : The weight of the new iPad was more because of the retina display, apple needs to work on maintaining the same weight as mac books are already sturdy and quite heavy. 
  • Heat : The New iPad is having heat issues. Users have complained that while using the new iPad gets hot more often than compared to the iPad 2. Apple should make sure that the mac books shouldnt heat much as that could cause in overheating of the laptops.
  • Ram :Retina Display not only requires better ram but a faster GPU to render images and texture for retina display. So, if Apple were to introduce Mac Book Pro or Mac Book Air with Retina Display then they need to make sure that the Ram and the GPU is powerful enough to make the Retina Display as magical as it is supposed to be.

You might also like :
Apple To Launch Improved Mac Book Air In August (geekyapple.com)
Mac OS X Mountain Lion (geekyapple.com)

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The New iPad 3 Shows Incorrect battery Levels While Charging

The New iPad Continues Charging Even After It Hits 100 %

the new ipad battery issues

This report comes from the President of DisplayMate, Dr. Raymond Soneira. According to Dr. Raymond, he conducted some tests on the revolutionary new iPad to check the retina display. His tests provided a comparison of the new iPad's display with the iPad 2 and the iPhone 4.

apple new ipad 3 battery problem


While running some tests on the new iPad's battery, Soneira observed that batteries do not actually reach full charge when 100% is shown, and takes up to an extra hour of charging is required before reaching full capacity.  Soneira found that the iPad continued to draw 10 watts of electricity for two hours after indicating 100% charge, then began to reduce power for an additional ten minutes until a precipitous decline in power draw signaled the termination of the charging cycle.

Following is the explanation Dr. Soneira gave for The New iPad's Battery Issue :

The charge indicator on all mobile devices is based on a mathematical model of the charge rates, discharge rates, and recent discharge history of the battery. It uses this information to estimate how much running time is left. It’s actually rather difficult to do because most batteries degrade slowly as they discharge and then tend to surprise with a precipitous decline near the end.
So there is something wrong with the battery charge mathematical model on the iPad. It should not say 100% until it stops recharging and goes from the full recharging rate of about 10 watts to a trickle charging rate of about 1 watt. Otherwise the user will not get the maximum running time that the iPad is capable of delivering, which is listed in my article.
Ray Soneira
President of DisplayMate Technologies Corporation
There has not been any official announcement from Apple regarding the battery issues yet but hopefully it will be fixed with a software upgrade.

Apple Launched the new iPad on March 16 and sold over 3 million units in 3 days. This according to Apple was the strongest iPad launch ever.

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Thursday, March 22, 2012

iPhoto App For iOS Brings Apple A Huge Fortune : 5 Million In 10 Days

iPhoto  For iPhone And iPad Generated Apple Over 5 Million In Just 10 Days

Along with the new iPad, Apple released the new iOS 5.1 with loads of updates and a new add on app for the iOS devices. iPhoto became a huge success for Apple with monetary terms and with regards to customer satisfaction.  We have previously discussed and reviewed iPhoto for iPhone and iPad and discussed its over all benefits from the user perspective.

iPhoto app for iOS 5.1

The news is that iPhoto has bagged apple $5 million and is still selling as hot cakes. There were over a million downloads in the first 10 days of the launch of this application. iPhoto is integrated into Macs and this is the first time that Apple thought of getting a mac application to the iOS.

iPhoto for the new iPad 3 and iPhone

With the new iPad having Hi-Res Retina Display, iPhoto looks absolutely stunning and gorgeous. People enjoy using the gestures to enhance the pictures and alter the saturation. Its all in gestures.

You can download iPhoto from iTunes : Direct Link

Detailed review of iPhoto

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Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Apple's The New iPad Unboxing Video

Apple's The New iPad Unboxing Video

Not less than a week when Tim Cook had launched The New iPad and here we have the first video of unboxing the shiny bright apple device. Apple has already ran out of pre-orders and the earliest shipping is expected to happen by 16th March. In the video it can be observed that the picture quality is very high with the new Retina Display being used by apple for the first time in the iPad. Retina display was previously used in iPhone 4 and the iPhone 4S. According to Apple, the retina display resolution of the new iPad is 2048x1536 high with 3.1 million pixels. This high resolution video display is apparently better than most of the HDTV's available in the market.

Lets have a look at the video:

         


Retina Display cannot be observed on the video unless you zoom too much to reveal the pixels. However, the brightness and if observed the display even when the iPad was tilted, the display was pretty clear.
Games and application performance is observed to be very high in the new iPad suggesting increased Ram.

Can't wait to get your hands on the new iPad, can you ?

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