New study finds iPhone displays ophthalmic images better than computers
Apple products have become particular popular in the medical community. A large percentage of eye care professionals are in possession of some sort of Apple device such as an iPhone, iPad, and often both. In a recent study, an iPhone 3G (two iPhone generations behind the current version) was compared to a desktop PC for the purpose of viewing images from patients. It was found that neuro-ophthalmologists rated images on the iPhone to be better than desktop images.
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