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The high-resolution Retina display packs an incredible 326 pixels per inch (ppi), making it one of the most densely displayed smartphones screens on the market. The point is that you can't distinguish from a reasonable arms-length distance the pixels on the display, unlike older models, giving it a crisp and clear-cut output. Can Apple push out a Retina-plus display to challenge some of its rivals and competitors on the market today?
Better battery life
One of the biggest complaints about the iPhone is its lack of battery power. The iPhone 4 and 4S usually lasts about six to eight hours on average, depending on use, while iPhone 5 handsets last a little longer, despite having to power a larger screen and 4G LTE networking. Would you prefer a slightly thicker, heavier iPhone if it meant a better battery?
Matte, sun-resistant screen
Any iPhone or iPad user will know the frustration of trying to watch a video with the sun or a bright light blazing onto the screen, making it a near impossible task at times. Though Apple should stick with glass as part of it overall design choice, a layer of matte film would make the viewing experience far better.
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