Geek Pick: Sony HT-S350 Is a Superb SoundbarTom Holland Responds to Disney-Sony Spider-Man Feud Stay on target LG OLED65E8PUAArguably even more so than movies or TV shows, video games benefit from wider ranges of colors and contrast, which this LG TV excellently delivers on making it one of the best TVs for PS4 Pro. Read more on PCMag.com. Vizio M65-E0An another affordable option, this Vizio model is what I personally am interested in as I’ve been playing on Vizio TVs for years. And this TV, one of the best TVs for PS4 Pro, continues the tradition of not sacrificing quality performance to hit that lower price. Read more on PCMag.com. TCL 65R617A thousand dollars is still a lot of money, but considering how much other 4K TVs cost (and how much phones now costs) a thousand dollars is a steal for a smart TV as capable as this TCL model. Even if it’s for “professionals,” plenty of kids still game on PS4 Pro. So maybe the best TVs for PS4 Pro shouldn’t wipe out their college savings? Read more on PCMag.com. SunBriteTV Veranda Series SB-4374UHDThe stereotypical image of a gamer is some dude hunched alone indoors in the dark by himself. Rebel against those harmful images by playing outside, and with this weatherproof, dust-sealed outdoor TV from SunBrite you can safely do just that. It’s a more niche use, but that’s still cool enough to be one of the best TVs for PS4 Pro. Read more on PCMag.com.For more on PlayStation check out the lineup for the PlayStation One Classic (old games that’ll look great on these new TVs) and learn more about the PS4 Pro’s Boost Mode for enhancing performance of previous games. And for more great TV picks, check out the full list of best 2018 TVs on our sister site PCMag.com.Purchase PS4 Pro They don’t call them “video” games for nothing. Sure there are a lot of factors that go into making a game great, from the controls to the sound design to the writing to the creativity of the mechanics. But don’t kid yourself. If a game is visually stunning that can get a lot of players to forgive some of its other shortcomings. And unless you’re playing on a PC monitor or a handheld device, the way you’ll be seeing those gorgeous graphics is on a television.A great TV can also go a long towards helping a game’s beauty shine through. Not all sets are created equal, and the right TV with the right settings can mean the difference between a dull, washed-out image and a vibrant colorful one. Today’s TV standard is of course 4K, the next evolutionary leap in resolution over 1080p HD. 4K TVs were once so expensive they weren’t worth it, especially since there was barely any 4K content to enjoy aside from sample nature documentary discs. But now pretty much any premium TV from you can get, from all varieties of #brands, displays in 4K, and devices like video game consoles have the power to make those TVs worth your while.Gamers with any machines could get use out of these 4K TVs. But since the PlayStation 4 is still the dominant console of this generation, and its enhanced model the PlayStation 4 Pro supports 4K, let’s call this list the best TV for PS4 Pro. For in-depth Editors’ Choice reviews of all these televisions read the extensive reviews on our sister site PCMag.com.Samsung Q9FN QLED Smart 4K UHD TVSamsung wants to dominate in any tech space it enters, from smartphones to smart refrigerators. So of course its 4K LCD smart TV is one of the best models you can get in that category and one of the best TVs for PS4 Pro. Read more on PCMag.com.
I’ve made a lot of jokes about Apple’s recent Face ID feature for newer, too big iPhones. I’ve talked about how I don’t want the camera to steal my face to make animated animal emojis or whatever. And I’m not the biggest fan of Touch ID, the feature it replaced, either. My fingerprints don’t need to exist as digital data, even if Apple promises that data never leaves the phone.But all kidding aside, your phone needs security. There’s just too much vital information you’re expected to keep on the device at any given moment. And biometric authentication like scanning your fingerprints or face is far more secure than just relying on memorizing a password. Until now, iPhone users have had to pick one option or another, Face ID or Touch ID. But a recently discovered patent on Patently Apple suggests that eventually may longer be the case.Basically, the patent describes a single iPhone capable of both Face ID facial scanning and Touch ID fingerprint scanning. Face ID, as the stronger option, is offered first. But Touch ID is available as well if that doesn’t work. Of course, you can also still enter a passcode, and presumably users would be able to set their own preferences for security priority. You might even be able to just use your Apple Watch, as this patent also describes leveraging Apple’s wearable for facial recognition somehow.What also stands out is the illustration for the hypothetical iPhone itself. Naturally it has the TrueDepth camera needed for Face ID. But it also has the physical home button that has enabled Touch ID in the past, the same physical home button Apple ditched with the iPhone X line. However, even those who think this patent will bear out feel Apple would rather bake Touch ID under the screen’s expansive surface than add another hideous button to the phone.For more on Apple check out how dangerously bendable the new iPad Pro is and see how many of 2018’s most popular apps and games you recognize. iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro Have More Cameras, More ProblemsApple Arcade Launches Next Week Stay on target