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  • iPad Mini 4 Has Record-Breaking Anti-Reflectance and Other Display Improvements

    Apple has stepped up its game in the iPad mini 4 by giving it a number of major improvements in display quality, as DisplayMate reports. The iPad has long suffered display quality issues when compared to the iPhone, so these new improvements will improve the user experience in different lighting conditions, when looking at different kinds of content through the display glass, and more.

    Among the improvements is a record-breaking anti-reflectance, which means that less light gets reflected from the display due to an improved display lamination process. The new display lamination now only reflects a mere 2% of light, which makes the new display excellent for reading Web pages or books in the sunlight, or near light sources, without the annoying glare that some older devices have.

    The 2% figure compares to the iPad Air 2, which has a still more reflective 2.5% reflectance. This compares to the iPad mini 3, which has 6.5% reflectance, and the original iPad, which had 9% reflectance.

    Moreover, the new iPad mini 4 gets improved color accuracy with 101% color gamut, which is a huge improvement from the 62% color gamut in previous generation iPad models. This means that the display will have about the same color accuracy as Apple's iPhone lineup, which means improvements to the accuracy of colors in visuals, images, videos, and more.

    All these ingredients mean the iPad mini 4 is a great outdoor device in addition to an indoor device.

    Source: DisplayMate
    This article was originally published in forum thread: iPad Mini 4 Has Record-Breaking Anti-Reflectance and Other Display Improvements started by Anthony Bouchard View original post