We always like to see a new tear-down from iFixit here at TechNutty, and today we where not disappointed as today they have torn down the Retina Display that is fitted in the next generation MacBook Pro to see what’s really inside, what they found was interesting to read with the display just a margin smaller than the standard display on the old MacBook Pro, iFixit where astounded to see that Apple’s engineers had crammed four times the pixels in the nearly the same sized display.

Within the display there are a total of 48 LEDs sitting at the bottom of the screen, behind it Apple have used an aluminum back panel to support and cover the screens internals, which is something iFixit haven’t seen before according to their article.

If you want to find out more about the Retina Display’s inner workings head on over to the source link where they have a very detailed explanation.

[via iFixit]

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