“Here’s a headline that might be buried on page nine: ‘Imagination Tech Buys Caustic Graphics for $27 Million,'” Mike Schuster reports for Minyanville. “And here’s the headline that might be splashed on the front page come June 2011: ‘Apple’s New iPhone Runs Crysis.'”
Schuster reports, “You see, Imagination Tech is the manufacturer of the video chips found in Apple’s flagship smartphone, and Caustic is renowned for producing cinema-quality 3D graphics. Put Imagination’s peanut butter with Caustic’s chocolate, and you have a revolutionary Reese’s smartphone.”
“As it stands, the iPhone is regarded as having the best visual display of any smartphone,” Schuster reports. “And with this week’s acquisition, the combination of processing power and photorealistic graphics could potentially blow everyone else out of the water.”
Full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: Fun for iPhone 4 and new iPod touch users: Find a fake iPhone sufferer (Fragmandroid, preferably, because some of them actually believe the hype, but any will do) and have them navigate to The New York Times website. You do the same. Then have them infringe on Apple’s patented IP and zoom into the New York Times’ masthead as far as possible. You do the same. Now compare your crystal clear Retina display with their pixellated mess and watch their faces fall as they sheepishly stuff their POS back into their pocket in shame and disgrace. Try it, it’s really fun!
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “JES42” for the heads up.]