The newest iPhone 5 and iPod touch include a beautiful 16 by 9 screen which is 176 rows of pixels taller than that of their predecessors. At first glance this might not seem like much of a big deal. An extra row of icons on the home screen, a few extra emails in your email list. Nothing to write home about, right?
But when using an app like Teleprompt+, that little bit of extra screen real estate can actually go a pretty long way. While not quite as luxurious as that big iPad screen, the new 4-inch Retina display is actually quite an improvement over the 3.5-inch version for prompting speeches. The extra screen real estate allows you to see more of your upcoming text at once.
When using an app like Setlists, you can see more of your upcoming songs in the set before needing to scroll. You can also often get an entire verse onto the screen at a larger font size.
Now that both Teleprompt+ and Setlists have been optimized for use on the new 4-inch Retina display, these devices are more useful than ever for your live performance and video recording needs.