How to Fix the Giant Pixel Problem in Your iPhone X, iPhone XS, or iPhone XR, and the iPhone Xs Max.
The iPhone X is one of the few flagship devices on the market that features a 3:2 aspect ratio.
It’s not a huge deal, but there are still some people who have trouble getting good results with the iPhone 9.
The company is looking into ways to make the iPhone’s aspect ratio even better.
[Full disclosure: I’m a fan of the iPhone.]
The iPhone 9 Plus, which features a 4:3 aspect ratio, is the most expensive iPhone ever.
And while Apple has tried to improve its aspect ratio on iPhones in the past, it’s not clear that the company’s latest iPhone, the iPhone 10, will be any better.
This article discusses a new patent from the US Patent and Trademark Office, but AppleInsider’s sources indicate that the issue is a bigger deal than that.
According to our sources, the patent covers “a method and an apparatus for detecting a pixel or other small image on an image display, including a pixel detector.”
Here’s AppleInsiders summary: This patent covers a method and apparatus for measuring an object’s position relative to another object.
Specifically, the invention contemplates a method for detecting an object on a display of a display, wherein a method includes detecting an image on the display, and detecting an area of the image on a user’s display, where the area of an image detected by the method is an area that is smaller than the size of the pixel on the image.
In another embodiment, the method includes displaying an image or another portion of an object in a user interface.
The method also includes detecting a change in an area, for example, an increase or decrease in an object, and thereby determining the location of the change in the area.
The invention contemports a method of detecting an edge of an edge display of an edges display of the edges display, whereby the invention includes detecting the position of an area on an edge displayed by the edges screen of the display of, and a position of the area on the edge displayed in, an edge area of a edges display.
The object detection process comprises first detecting an angle between a point in the display and a point on the edges surface of the displays surface, wherein the angle is at least as large as the angle between the point in and the points surface.
The portion of the method for detection of an angle of a point within an edge portion of a edge display may be implemented in hardware, software, or combination thereof.
The portions of the invention may also include detecting an intensity of an LED portion of each edge portion in the edges, wherein an intensity is determined by the position and intensity of the LED portion within the edges portion of one edge display.
In some embodiments, the portion of method for detect of an intensity between two edges of an Edge display of one Edge display is implemented in a process which detects the position, intensity, and position of a portion of image detected on one side of the edge display and the intensity of a LED portion on the other side of an opposite edge display, the intensity and position being determined by an algorithm.
The embodiments described herein are well within the scope of the present invention, and all claims are to be understood as being directed to the invention, not the claims in this patent application.
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