Bryan Jones studies the iPhone 6 screen to see why it is better than other iPhone's
Bryan Jones is a neuroscientist who has tried to test the screen of the new iPhone 6 against that of other iPhone models, this test consisted of putting them under the microscope to discover the reasons why the screen of the new smartphone from Apple it's better bGarlic different views.
Bryan Jones explains why the iPhone 6 has the best screen an iPhone has ever had
According to what Bryan Jones has said, he has discovered that the screen of the new iPhone 6 offers a much better experience because it is closer to the glass and this means that we have a more vivid screen, with deeper blacks and with a much better contrast. In fact, on the iPhone 6 it seems that the pixels are a whole unit with the glass, making this translate into a better viewing experience.
When the iPhone 5 came out, Apple joined the screen to the glass in an effort to make the pixels closer to the surface and, apparently, Apple has managed to make the pixels on the iPhone 6 even closer.
Thanks to this change, the screen of the new iPhone 6 is capable of producing a better visual experience. In addition, according to Jones, to help more to this the boys of the Californian firm have also changed the geometry of the pixels.
With the iPhone 6, Apple You are using dual domain panels (DD-IPS). DD-IPS skews the pixels, essentially a column tilted down and next to the top. This helps compensate for uneven lighting and color distortion, providing even wider viewing angles and a better contrast ratio, typically 1400: 1. That's compared to 800: 1 on the iPhone 5s.
The iPhone 6 could have a polarizing filter for better image quality
Definitely, The reason why the iPhone 6 screen looks so good, just like the iPhone 5 vs. iPhone 4 is the proximity of the pixels compared to the iPhone 5, with the new smartphone these seem to be part of the glass, in addition to having something that can be a polarizing filter under the glass, but still, the glass seems to be even thinner and requires less adjustment of the focusing distance to reach from the surface of the glass to the pixel.
Thanks to all these features it seems that the new iPhone 6 has more resolution than the other iPhone of Apple, even with the same operating system.