A recent purchase of an Apple iPhone mini might not have been the best idea. It might have been cheaper and smaller than your usual iPhone but in terms of performance and features it’s an equal match to the iPhone 12. It still comes with all the two cameras found on the regular iPhone, both of which take 12 megapixel pictures: one is an optical wide angle lens, the other an Ultra blurry (ultra zoom) lens. There is also a self-timer, fingerprint sensor, voice dialing and ambient light sensors.
There is another difference between the mini and the regular iPhone though. The regular version has a True Depth sensor, while the iPhone mini does not. True depth sensors allow the camera to detect objects up to a certain distance, based on their physical size. It is, in fact, these kinds of sensors that the Apple iPhone has in order to enable it to support what is known as “dimming”. You see, although the regular iPhone can detect objects up to a certain distance, it can only do so using its normal scanning speed.
But if you look at the specs, you will notice that iphone 13 the mini version has a much larger, higher resolution screen. This, therefore, enables it to capture those high definition images and videos that the regular iPhones are unable to process. Another difference between the mini and the regular iPhone is the size of the chips within the device. Although it doesn’t have the main camera of the regular iPhone, it does have what is known as the media player, or media player app. This allows you to download videos and music to your device, as well as being able to view photos and videos stored on the device.
But what really sets this mini review apart from all other mini reviews is the comparison between the mini and the regular iPhone. As we all know, the iPhone has a large display, which gives it a clear viewing area of around 8 inches. However, this means that the mini iPhone has to use a much smaller display in order to make an effective use of its large pixels, making the pixel quality, or sharpness, very poor. This is because, as the display is so small, there is a lot of distortion and pixilation, especially with images and movies which have a very large contrast. Because of this fact, many iPhone mini reviews have commented that the mini has a very thin and delicate display, which is difficult to use, and certainly not as clear as that of the regular iPhone.
However, the fact remains that the mini is not as good as the regular iPhone for video viewing. This is due to the lower pixel density of the screen, as well as the lack of true depth to the graphics. So, this mini review concludes that the iPhone mini does not come anywhere near as powerful as the dolby vision ones for viewing videos on the mobile phone. In terms of software support, both the regular and the mini iPhone have the same software support, but the regular one comes with twice the number of applications, while the mini version comes pre-installed with only half the programs.
So, if you are thinking of getting an iPhone, you would be better off buying the regular version instead of the mini one, especially if you do not use the optical image stabilization feature of the latter. The regular one is far superior when it comes to using your camera for video recording. For those who use their iPhones as their primary smartphone, the mini version will not serve its purpose, and probably is not worth considering for purchase. However, if you use the mini for simple e-mailing and browsing of the internet, then the mini may serve your purpose, depending on how good you are at performing such functions on the iPhone.