Posts Tagged ‘iphone 4’

Project 365 Week 41

Project 365 Week 29

Project 365

For the past week I’ve been participating in Project 365 with Frédéric Wenzel (who was the first I saw to blog the idea) and Mike Morgan among others. Unlike many who are doing it purely for the love of photography for me it seemed like an interesting way to force myself to either look for […]

iPhone 4 Teardown Analysis

iFixIt has their traditional teardown posted. After analyzing every picture, a few things are noteworthy: Stainless Steel Antenna The stainless steel antenna strikes me as more than just an antenna, but Apple will never admit it. The iPhones before all suffered from the same structural weakness. If dropped so that it lands on a corner […]

Phil Plait On Retina Display Resolution

There has been some ongoing debate the past few days about if Apple’s new Retina display is really better than the human eye can detect. Some have even gone as far as calling it false marketing. Phil Plait, whose background includes calibrating a camera on board Hubble wrote a really great blog post that sides […]

Initial iPhone 4 Thoughts

Here are my general thoughts on the iPhone 4 since the announcement. Hopefully I’ll be able to check one out in the store soon enough. The “retina” display is the killer feature – I’ve yet to see anyone report anything other than words of astonishment after viewing it. Low resolution displays, poor refresh rates, bad […]