Does anyone have a direct link to the article mentioned by the OP btw?
For me, screen quality is not a priority at this point, because the devices I'd consider buying have hit a high enough standard in general. I rank battery life, storage capacity and weight higher when it comes to mobile devices. My Galaxy Note has shorter battery life than my iPhone and less storage, for instance, but the Note allows the user to replace the battery and use SD cards. (Of course, those are my priorities and various users will have different ones.)
I'd like to see iPads lighten up in weight, but the diffs among iPads 1, 2 and 3 don't strike me as significant, and I don't expect lightening without advances in battery technology.
Last edited by Kaykaykay; 04-05-2012 at 11:01 AM.
Edit. Note - I specified new Ipad because the iPad 1 and 2's tended toward a more 'eye pleasing' but far less accurate, red shifted, catch your eye at the store setting...
Last edited by zphone; 04-05-2012 at 11:47 AM.
It'd be nice if mobile devices allowed users to set display preferences, like on a TV set. That would give everyone the optimal display for preferences and circumstances of use.
I'm not at all into TV sets, but my husband is, and he's always upgrading. The funny thing is the lag: Screens are getting better faster than a lot of the content.
I am seeing a common theme in threads in which August posts.
Anyway, losing 50 percent of their brightness in 5 years really destroys resale value.
Before this thread gets closed... Sorry if my attempts to help you have come across that way.Originally Posted by augustya