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[* black] After [http://www.macrumors.com/2013/11/08/low-retina-ipad-mini-production-reportedly-due-to-burn-in-issue-on-sharps-display-panels/|rumors of issues] sourcing the pixel-dense Retina display slowing iPad Mini Retina production, we were curious to get a look inside ours.
-[* red] Our little Retina has an LG display, powered by a Parade DP675 LCD driver, similar to the DP655 found in the iPad Air.
-[* orange] Also present at the party, a TI TPS65143A and a pair of TI TPS65195, all likely LCD power supply ICs.
+ [* red] Our little Retina has an LG display, powered by a Parade DP675 LCD driver, similar to the DP655 found in the iPad Air.
+ [* orange] Also present at the party, a TI TPS65143A and a pair of TI TPS65195, all likely LCD power supply ICs.
+[* black] While "mini" tends to mean [http://photography.nationalgeographic.com/staticfiles/NGS/Shared/StaticFiles/Photography/Images/POD/m/miniature-horse-kentucky-737725-sw.jpg|added cuteness|new_window=true] with [http://www.countryliving.com/cm/countryliving/images/CLX1005Mondale002_460x360.jpg|compromised functionality|new_window=true], this Mini packs a resolution of 2048 x 1536—just like the Air.
+ [* icon_note] The same resolution in a smaller screen means enhanced pixel density—326 ppi on the Mini versus 264 ppi on the Air.