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For Normals, Jobs’ “Retina Display” Claim May Be Fair After All

June 10th, 2010 06:30 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

The Bad Astronomer writes “AT WWDC, Steve Jobs claimed that the iPhone 4′s display has about the same resolution as the human eye — held at one foot away, the iPhone 4′s pixels are too small to see. After reading an earlier Slashdot post about an expert disputing Jobs’ claim, I decided to run the numbers myself. I found that Jobs is correct for people with normal vision, and the expert was using numbers for theoretically perfect vision. So to most people, the iPhone 4 display will look unpixellated.”

Source: For Normals, Jobs’ “Retina Display” Claim May Be Fair After All

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