Ever wonder what the iPhone 5 screen / display is made out of?
If you ask Apple, they’re going to tell you it is “Retina” display. Retina however, is just a brand name for a liquid crystal display (LCD) that has an increased amount of pixels for enhanced viewing.
What Apples doesn’t mention very often however, is that there are a few other elements that make up the iPhone 5 screen that allow it to be so durable, responsive and scratch resistant.
In addition to the Retina display, the iPhone 5 screen also includes 2 primary materials:
- Aluminosilicate Glass
- Oleophobic Coating
If you’re interested in learning how these materials work together to create the amazing iPhone 5 Retina display, check out my YouTube video below!
After watching the video, if you would like to learn more about using the iPhone 5 please take a look at my iPhone 5 and iOS 6 Video Tutorial Playlist.
If you have any questions regarding the iPhone 5, let me know in the comments section below or on the comments section on YouTube.
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