I’ve had two weeks and two weekends with the iPhone 5, enough time to really get to know it, and enough time to stand up and say: best iPhone ever. If you’ve got an iPhone 4S under contract, it’s perfectly fine to not upgrade -- wait for next year’s iPhone 5S or whatever it’ll be called. But if you use an older iPhone -- or you’re new to the iPhone -- you literally cannot do better than this phone. It’s awesome.
Just a month ago, we were all still speculating about the iPhone 5. Of course, pretty much every single rumor about the device panned out on September 21. But at the end of August, there was some concern over Apple's display suppliers being able to keep up with the huge consumer demand. According to new report, it seems Sharp may have indeed stumbled, but are now chugging right along.
Only two more days until Apple finally reveals what's up its sleeve. At this point, it's all but fact the public will get its first glimpse at the next iPhone, but until September 12, there's still plenty of room for speculation. Enter DisplayMate expert Dr. Raymond Soneira, providing some educated analysis on how the iPhone's screen needs to stack up to the competition.