There’s nothing we can really say about the new iPhone that hasn’t been written about a billion times already, so we won’t even bother pointing out reviews or how the App Store will transform the world into some sort of shiny utopia. But we did find this piece interesting over at Cell Blog, about Apple making the decision to change the color temperature on the new device, dropping it down from floating between 6800 and 7300 kelvins as opposed to 8300 on the old one, resulting in a warmer, more natural look. It’s super geeky, we wholly admit, but it strays a bit from the usual swarm of iPhone coverage, which we found refreshing and not nearly as exhausting.
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