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The iPhone’s Retina display isn’t good enough anymore

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As much as I love my iPhone, its screen is starting to look just terrible compared to the displays on other phones.

The screens on Samsung’s flagship Android phones leapfrogged the iPhone’s years ago and continue to scoop up gold medals for best smartphone displays. The company’s new Galaxy Note 7 was just declared the best smartphone display by DisplayMate’s Raymond M. Soneira.

Apple may maintain that its “Retina-resolution” displays are sufficient enough for general use, but they’re not aging well.

When Steve Jobs announced the iPhone 4 in 2010, it was revolutionary for several reasons. It had a metal antenna band, ushered in MicroSIM cards and a FaceTime camera.  Read more…

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