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Q: What happens when you hand over a groundbreaking notebook display to a group of careful, highly trained technicians?
A: They break it.
We were as careful as we could possibly be, but the glass on the Retina display is just too fragile.
So, how badly did we break it? Well, upon closer inspection we noticed two very distinct lines running around the perimeter of the display, the inner of which was filled with tiny bubbles.
Could those be the LCs of our LCD?
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