Which one has a better screen display quality? (iPhone X vs iPhone 8 Plus)

Which one has a better screen display quality? (iPhone X vs iPhone 8 Plus)

I AM UNCERTAIN ABOUT YOU GUYS BUT WHEN I PURCHASE A NEW IPHONE, THE DISPLAY RESOLUTION MATTERS THE MOST TO ME , FOLLOWED BY CAMERA , SPEAKER QUALITY ETC. NOT SURE WHETHER IPHONE X OR IPHONE 8 SERIES SUITS YOU MORE? HERE’S SOME TIPS FOR YOU GUYS !

” There is one other thing to say about the display on the iPhone X – it’s an OLED screen that Apple is calling a Super Retina display.

  • The iPhone X display has a TrueTone, 2436×1125-pixel resolution at 458ppi, with 1,000,000:1 contrast ratio.
  • The iPhone 8 display offers a Retina Display, 1334×750-pixel resolution at 326ppi, and a 1400:1 contrast ratio.
  • The iPhone 8 Plus display is a Retina Display, 1920×1080 pixel resolution at 401ppi, and a 1300:1 contrast ratio.

This is the first time an iPhone has been available with an OLED screen. OLEDs have a lot of excellent features including absolute blacks – hence that 1,000,000:1 contrast ratio – and a wider viewing angle.

When we used the iPhone X we were impressed. Colours were bold and bright, and the whites more true to life, also perhaps a shade more yellowy than on the iPhone 8 Plus, which seemed have a bluer tint. In comparison to the iPhone 8 Plus dark areas were brighter and clearer. This is thanks to the other feature of the screen – HDR (high dynamic range) – which expands the range of both contrast and colour.

When we watched dark scenes in movies there was a lot more clarity on the iPhone X than on the other iPhone models.

The problem with OLEDs is they can suffer from screen-burn – a ‘ghost’ image that remains on the screen (something plaguing the Google Pixel 2). Colour shifting can also be a problem. Apple says that it has taken steps to guard against this. ”

Well, iPhone 8/8 Plus and iPhone X both packApple’s True Tone technology, adopted from the iPad Pro, which automatically adjusts color temperature based on surrounding ambient light to make content more comfortable. I love this feature. I think it really helps with reading articles and blogs. It makes the screen look a little bit richer and less harsh on my eyes.

Sourced from ;https://www.macworld.co.uk/review/iphone/iphone-8-vs-iphone-x-3664120/

Posted : March 13, 2018

A large part of what makes the iPad Mini so popular is its tiny frame combined with insane processing power. Apple knew their target demographic well when tweaking the specs for this recent release, and it really shows. Catered towards people working on the go, and creatives who spend a lot of time drawing and sketching for work, this 6th generation iPad Mini checks all the boxes for a powerful and portable tablet suited for work and play.

An all-screen iPAD mini

Apart from the changes to case material, the new design language of the iPad Mini 6 features a larger edge-to-edge screen, along with narrow borders and minimum bezel space. Although we’ve seen bezel-less devices from Apple for the better half of a decade, this is the first time the iPad Mini has gotten such an upgrade. In addition to looking much sleeker, this change is felt even more coupled with the new 8.3-inch Liquid Retina display with True Tone, P3 wide colour, and ultra-low reflectivity.

The end result is a gorgeous dynamic screen that makes the iPad Mini 6 a practical choice indoors and outdoors. Not to mention the support of Apple Pencil 2, which feels amazing on the low latency screen. All these facets add up to make a difference larger than the sum of each individual part, resulting in the new iPad Mini feeling like the perfect device for anyone wanting a portable and adaptable workhorse tablet.

An all-screen iPAD mini

Apart from the changes to case material, the new design language of the iPad Mini 6 features a larger edge-to-edge screen, along with narrow borders and minimum bezel space. Although we’ve seen bezel-less devices from Apple for the better half of a decade, this is the first time the iPad Mini has gotten such an upgrade. In addition to looking much sleeker, this change is felt even more coupled with the new 8.3-inch Liquid Retina display with True Tone, P3 wide colour, and ultra-low reflectivity.

The end result is a gorgeous dynamic screen that makes the iPad Mini 6 a practical choice indoors and outdoors. Not to mention the support of Apple Pencil 2, which feels amazing on the low latency screen. All these facets add up to make a difference larger than the sum of each individual part, resulting in the new iPad Mini feeling like the perfect device for anyone wanting a portable and adaptable workhorse tablet.

Improved Camera Capabilities

It wouldn’t be an Apple upgrade if they didn’t improve the camera capabilities on the device. If anything, that’s the least we expect from the tech giant’s annual keynote events. This time, the iPad Mini has received blessings in both the front and back cameras on the device. Boasting a 12MP camera on both the front and back of the 6th-Gen iPad Mini, this is a massive boon compared to the relatively sub-par 7 and 8-megapixel cameras on the respective front and back of the 5th-Gen iPad Mini. The newer Mini also has the ability to record in 4k and capture higher-quality images, courtesy of the new Smart HDR 3 function in the A15 Bionic chip.

Knowing that video calls are also more popular now than even in the time of COVID-19, Apple’s implementation of CentreStage for a more natural video call experience also feels like a natural feature to have as well.

A ton of well-deserved updates to the iPad Mini makes it feel right at home alongside Apple’s latest generation of tablets. If you’re still wondering if you should still get the new iPad, the make or break factor here really is the size and portability of the iPad Mini 6.

Historically, the Mini was always viewed as the cheaper and lower-spec cousin of the flagship iPad. Not this time – the iPad Mini 6 proves a worthy contender for the individual who’s constantly on the move, looking for an all in one device that fits comfortably in the palm of their hand.

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