New York Times on iPhone 3GS

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    iPhone 3GS showing New York Times.

    julian9, Tina C Luv, moritzwade, and 22 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. colerise 47 months ago | reply

      wow - what a difference. text looks like abstract art compared to the retina display.

    2. Anthony K. Valley 47 months ago | reply

      Until I saw your picture of the iPhone 4 displaying the New York Times (https://www.flickr.com/photos/scobleizer/4695267529), the beauty of the retina display never really clicked for me.

      Wow!

    3. Dabbler 47 months ago | reply

      LOL, they must be testing the browser spec to eliminate Flash on iPhone ;) Wonder what happens if you surf it with Opera Mini browser.

      retina display? don't fall for the hype, checkit:
      iPhone 4’s ‘Retina’ Display Claims Are False Marketing

      iPad is a beautiful display, but let's forgo the superamplified imaginary nonsense.

    4. twesterhuys 47 months ago | reply

      @Dabbler

      Here is another article, written by someone calibrating a camera on board Hubble, responding to the wired article:
      Resolving the iPhone resolution

    5. mjpfaffe 47 months ago | reply

      ooooo wow, you compared the 3GS to the 4 and the 4 looks amazing! That's because the resolution on the 3GS sucked compared to what else was out on the market. Obviously the display on the 4 is awesome...but compare it to something like the Incredible, EVO, or Moto Droid not the old 3GS with 320x480 res.

    6. Robert Scoble 47 months ago | reply

      I have a Droid, a Nexus One, and a Sprint EVO and the display on the iPhone 4 blows all of those away. More after I get my iPhone.

    7. New2mac 47 months ago | reply

      Agree with the findings. There is a considerable difference in the display.

    8. James Pickett 22 months ago | reply

      Thank you for allowing your photo to be shared under the Creative Commons license. I used it here on my hobby blog - dependentongadgets.com/2012/03/24/adonit-pro-stylus-review/

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