Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 16th Apr 2012 16:11 UTC
Apple Interesting set of options Apple has to move the iPhone to a 4" display, as detailed by Dan Provost. I don't care how Apple does it, as long as they do it. The iPhone's tiny screen is nearly unusable once I got used to the 4.3" of my HD7 and SII. This is quite a personal choice, of course, and there's no right or wrong, but it's clear there is a demand for larger displays.
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RE[2]: where does it stop
by piotr.dobrogost on Mon 16th Apr 2012 20:20 UTC in reply to "RE: where does it stop"
piotr.dobrogost
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2011-10-04

PDF reading perfect (again, no need to zoom in landscape)


Perfect PDF reading on 5.3" display... Was it supposed to be funny?

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RE[3]: where does it stop
by Moredhas on Mon 16th Apr 2012 20:31 in reply to "RE[2]: where does it stop"
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2008-04-10

I don't think so. I used to have a Dell Streak, a 5 inch touchscreen, and on occasion I'd have need to read PDFs on it. No zooming or horizontal panning required, in landscape.

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RE[3]: where does it stop
by radix on Tue 17th Apr 2012 06:21 in reply to "RE[2]: where does it stop"
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2012-02-07

No. When you crop the empty margins on the sides (ezPdf can do it) it is perfectly comfortable to read PDFs in landscape.

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