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[* black] Rather than enjoy the 264 pixels per inch on this brand new iPad 3, we opt to remove the impressive [http://youtube.com/watch?v=0PfcA4WcfNA|9.7 inch display]. Why? Because we're iFixit, and that's how we roll.
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black] The model numbers on the back of the LCD[http://youtube.com/watch?v=0PfcA4WcfNA|9.7 inch LCD] leads us to believe this is a [http://www.rongendisplay.com/upload/097XL01-A01_100715_SPEC_A00.pdf|Samsung LCD].
[* black] Rather than enjoy the 264 pixels per inch on this brand new iPad 3, we opt to remove the impressive [http://youtube.com/watch?v=0PfcA4WcfNA|9.7 inch display]. Why? Because we're iFixit, and that's how we roll.
[*
black] The model numbers on the back of the LCD[http://youtube.com/watch?v=0PfcA4WcfNA|9.7 inch LCD] leads us to believe this is a [http://www.rongendisplay.com/upload/097XL01-A01_100715_SPEC_A00.pdf|Samsung LCD].
[* black] Beside the numbers we find three mysterious QR codes. They allure the teardown expert, a dubious distraction indeed. What do they do? Our best guess: crash your iPhone or turn it into an iPad...scan at your own risk.