Microscope confirms iPhone HD/iPhone 4G has 960x640 screen?
With the flood of iPhone HD/iPhone 4G prototypes and spare parts turning up it was only a matter of time before someone put the screen under a microscope and began counting pixels, and yes -- it looks to be the ultra-sharp 960x640 pixel display we've been drooling over for a while now.
It also looks to be an IPS panel like the iPad and latest generation iMacs, which means those glorious dots will have an equally glorious field of view.
WWDC 2010 and the presumed official unveiling is just a week away!
[superiphone.cz via Engadget]
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