While I get Apple's point, I don't want compensations for anything.
I want the screen to do its job: detect where did I put the finger. I can easily learn to compensate perspectives/fingerprint surfaces myself, but what I don't want to do is have to compensate my correct finger position to correct the device's compensation.
That being said, I couldn't care less because I don't own, and never will, an iPhone 5x. Neither a GS.
I'm not a stupid user and don't want to be treated as stupid. As user have posted, I want a touch screen to work as a touch screen is suppose to; I have the intelligence to compensate accordingly. Apple clearly needed to compensate to make a usable experience as opposed to making a usable phone.
Useful technologies like auto correct, given the limitations of touch technologies is a good thing. That is when compensation comes into play. Compensating for poorly designed touch recognition isn't. Guess we now know why the other companies decided to use the more practical design of not edge to glass displays as they were clearly inaccurate in calibration.
Edited by Domino - 10/27/13 at 4:51pm