The days of wonky-looking apps on the iPhone X are coming to a close. Beginning April 1, Apple will require all new apps in the Apple Store to natively support iPhone X Super Retina display. Developers will also have to build new iOS...Show More Summary
If you’re building a new iOS app this year, you’ll have to ensure that it fully supports the iPhone X’s Super Retina Display – which means that it’ll have to accommodate the notch, reports 9to5Mac. The rule comes into effect from April...Show More Summary
Starting April 1, 2018, Apple will require all new iPhone and universal apps to natively support the iPhone X Super Retina display, as well as requiring new iOS apps to be built with iOS 11 SDK or later, and new Apple Watch apps to be built with the watchOS 4 SDK or later. Developers received notification […]
Apple has informed developers today that all new apps submitted to the App Store from April 2018 must support the iPhone X’s Super Retina display. This means developers of new apps must ensure they accommodate the notch and go edge-to-edge...Show More Summary
Good news for DJI drone pilots using iPhone X as your controller’s viewfinder: DJI 4 for iOS now goes full screen on the larger 5.8-inch Super Retina display. DJI’s iPhone app has been letterboxed on the flagship iPhone since it launched in early November. more…
The 27-inch 5K Retina Display iMac is the best iMac you can buy right now. It's got everything the average user needs with power-up capabilities for the pro. Best overall 27-inch 5K Retina Display iMac See at Apple The 27-inch 5K Retina...Show More Summary
The iMac Pro promises power at a level not see before in a Mac, but who should be willing to pay for it? My current workstation is a Late 2015 iMac with 5K Retina display. It has a 3.3 GHz Core i5 processor, 32 GB of RAM and an AMD Radeon R9 M935 GPU. Show More Summary
The iPhone X's new display means that apps need to be updated for Apple's latest phone. These are tailor-made for the Super Retina screen.
Burn-in is a fact of life for OLED displays, including the iPhone X's Super Retina display.
In evaluating the new iPhone X display, Dr. Raymond M. Soneira of DisplayMate called it the "most innovative" and "best performing smartphone display we have ever tested," noting in particular its leading absolute color accuracy, the...Show More Summary
Ten years ago, the original iPhone's 3.5-inch touchscreen with 480 x 320 resolution was considered large, spacious, and high-resolution. A decade later and the iPhone X's "Super Retina display" has so many pixels you could fit 14 of the original iPhone's home screens onto its single OLED screen. Show More Summary
The highly anticipated iPhone X boasts a Super Retina display, but it may also experience some screen burn-in after a while, Apple warns. The smartphone just started shipping to customers and Apple is touting its advanced display technology,...Show More Summary
In conjunction with the iPhone X release, Apple earlier today published a new support document regarding the device's Super Retina OLED display. While the support document includes your standard boilerplate niceties regarding the display's...Show More Summary
iPhone X is finally arriving to customers today, and with it comes the new 5.8-inch OLED screen that Apple calls the Super Retina display. iPhone X is the first model that uses this screen technology, and with it comes a few disclaimers… more…
A new support document discussing the Super Retina OLED display in the iPhone X addresses user viewing angles, as well as the possibility of image persistence when a display shows a faint remnant of an image that hadn't moved in a long period of time.
With Apple's iPhone X due to launch on Friday, developers, including Apple itself, are rolling out updates to take advantage of the device's larger Super Retina OLED display and unique features like Face ID authentication.
Apple has deployed an update for the iOS version of GarageBand, with the new version taking advantage of the Super Retina display on the iPhone X, as well as adding a new sound library and a "classic" beat sequencer.
With Samsung's Infinity Display and the iPhone X's Super Retina HD making headlines, what do all these terms mean, and is AMOLED better than LCD?
Apple announced some new products on Wednesday, but the biggest announcement was the iPhone X, the iPhone people have wanted for years. It has a 5.8-inch, 2436 x 1125 pixel resolution Super Retina OLED display, which is the largest we’ve ever seen on an iPhone. Show More Summary
Apple released its first major iPhone redesign in three years on Tuesday with iPhone X, a technologically advanced smartphone that boasts an all-new OLED Super Retina Display, TrueDepth camera system, Face ID, A11 Bionic Chip with onboard neural engine and more.