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The biggest change in the rumored new iPhone is the increase in screen size from 3.5″ to 4″. As we’ve seen in numerous part leaks, the new iPhone screen will be taller, but not wider. This will give the new device a resolution of 1136×640 and provide apps with more vertical space to use. In fact, it’s been found that iOS 6′s home screen already supports this larger size to display an extra row of app icons.
Amid continuing rumors that Apple is looking to increase the size of the iPhone display from the existing 3.5-inch screen to something in the range of 4 inches , one persistent concern has been how Apple would deal with the change in screen dimensions. All models of the iPhone and iPod touch released to date have carried a 3.5-inch screen with a 3:2 aspect ratio, allowing developers to target their apps at a single screen size. With the addition of Retina displays in 2010, the screens now come at much higher resolution, but the extra resolution is dedicated to increasing the visual quality of content rather than increasing screen real estate.
At Lowe’s stores around the country, iPhone is changing customer service for the better. Using custom iPhone apps, store employees have key product information on hand, so they can check pricing, inventory, and location of items within the store, anytime, from their iPhones. And the free consumer app features how-to videos, prices and reviews, store locations, and gift card balances.
When the iPad was first introduced there weren’t many iPad-specific apps yet available. As a solution, Apple allowed apps designed for the iPhone’s smaller screen to run on the iPad in a form of emulation. The apps could be run as if they were on the iPhone, using only a fraction of the iPad’s screen. Alternatively, those apps could also be run in a 2x mode, using a technique called pixel doubling to fill the iPad’s screen. However, when in 2x mode, both artwork and text would look blocky and pixelated
At some point, everyone has probably forgot where they parked their car. Usually when this happens, you either go on an unexpected walk and maze through the parking lot until you find your vehicle, or if you have a remote keyless entry, you consistently push the lock/unlock button to sound the horn, and follow the sound trail to your car.
The outside of the box said "Windows base machine or better", so I bought a Mac.