Apple has been continually upgrading its series of iPhone from the first model that was released which is the iPhone first generation. From then on, the displays and features have been developing according to what the customers or the users needed. With this, screen displays have been more and more enhanced with higher resolution for most modern iPhones.
In the past, people are usually more contented with a mobile device that can only call and send text messages. But as technology progressed, they are able to see the benefits of having a mobile device that can record and watch videos, take pictures, and even read books or, in this case, ebooks.
Because the screen displays are becoming more and more crisp, manufacturers are continually looking for possible ways to upgrade while consumers are looking for ways to buy these devices that are considered better and modern.
An example for this is the iPhone 5. This is the modern, or the most recent model of iPhone that Apple has released. The screen display has been upgraded and although the PPI’s or pixels-per-inch are the same, it has an extra half-inch of added advantage. Because of this extra, the aspect ratio shifts to an oblong 16:9 and ups the resolution of the device.
Aside from this, iPhone 5 also has a thinner display as well as a layer of touch sensors that brings the pixels closer to the surface. Apple also prides the 40 percent color saturation in the iPhone 5 as compared to the previous models.
Now, the company is thinking of developing iPhone 6, which has upgraded or changed touchscreen capabilities, offers new color options, and may possibly arrive in two display sizes. With these new developments, a need for a new technique in iphone screen repair should also be taught to technicians.