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Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by Robert Harris, Aug 24, 2019.
My X has OLED? News to me.
Yes it does but this thread has gotten way off course. Take it to the Apple forum
Not according to Apple. See:
iPhones can't stream 4K. HDR, yes. 4K, no.
iPad Pros can stream 4K HDR but ONLY when connected to a 4K TV.
Perhaps the newest iPhones can stream 4K HDR when connected to a 4K TV? But the stream you watch on the device itself is not 4K.
The iPhone 11 Pro Max has a resolution of 2688 x 1242. 4K resolution is 3840 x 2160. The iPhone 11 Pro Max does not have enough resolution to display a true 4K stream.
It streams in 4K but displays in Mobile HDR which is better than HD.
“With a 2.7K Higher Resolution Full HD+ display, iPhone XS Max has a resolution of 2688×1242 pixels at 458 pixels per inch. That’s 3.3 Mega Pixels, giving it 61% more pixels than the HDTV in your living room. The screen Mobile HDR, allowing it to play 4K HDR content created for 4K UHD TVs.”
Over and out.
Just to clarify what I meant by my post as I don't think I worded it well - you can stream 4K content on those devices, meaning you can watch 4K content you own, but as you said you will not be seeing it in that resolution.
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Those of us not involved in this back and forth discussion are beginning to wish Godzilla would eat you!!