Originally Posted by ZBoneCapone
Originally Posted by Domino
So, in "real" usage, when a precision tool is used, such as a stylus, it is inaccurate, but with a finger, it's accurate.
This is truly hilarious. iOS devices are not meant to be used with a stylus, they're meant to be used with fingers. Please move onto another Apple article, where you can bash the 5S for not having a 50 MP camera and a 4.2 Ghz processor.
So Apple is meant to define how you use a tablet? Oh, never knew that. I like to use my devices how I would like to use them. When I pick up a tablet, I'd like a tablet to be a ... well ... tablet.
Have you seen a capacitive stylus? Have you seen how large the knob is? Some can be as large as a large sum of peoples' pinky fingers, let alone, a small individuals' thumb. So, regardless if they were meant to be or not, the surface area remains the same and thus remains inaccurate under the same principle.
Your comparison is not even remotely close. This is touch screen, it does not render images nor computes, it registers touch inputs. Your analogy would be best fitted if it was on the lines of "using small gloves on large hands".