"Apple ripped us off again": where is the 4K iPhone with a 40-megapixel camera?

The new Apple iPhone 6s family is out and this will likely be the biggest launch of 2015. Biggest in terms of sales, revenue, profits, and influence on the state of smartphones…
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124. lakki369

Posts: 114; Member since: Apr 10, 2015

OK.. Apple make good phones That's it.. There is nothing so special about it... There is no Wow factor.. There is not much of innovation which is actually useful in day to day usage. Both the author and pretty much a person with small brain knows that Apple is playing safe. If they stuff everything right in a single model, they will not have anything in the future to show the world. They want to make some money. That's what exactly they are doing. But coming to the resolution debate part.. I totally disagree with the authors comments. There is a lot of difference in the real life when you see something in HD and FHD resolution. FHD looks good when compared. It gives you good experience. It makes you feel like you got what you have paid for. Its the same case with a 2K screen. More specs are always good when you can fine tune them and get the most out them. There is nothing really stopping apple to do it apart form the thing called "Marketing Stratergy".

126. SebastianFox

Posts: 21; Member since: Oct 17, 2014

This post is dumb on so many levels,Stop bithing about retina limit,Real 20/20 vision can dicern an image up to 573 PP ,With that being said,5.5'4K displays(they are not even full 4k) were made to achieve a ppi above 573,Because lower res(like QHD) won't achieve it on 5.5' display........Stop bashing sony for f**k sake...
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