There is no denying that the new iPad (iPad 3) is impressive, it is faster, more graphically pleasing, and best of all has a killer retina display. So we understand, at least conceptually, that Apple has quadrupled the pixel count, but what does it all look like close up, with the aide of a microscope?
At Ignore The Code they decided to find out. So what does a true close up of pixels look like? A bunch of jumbled dots, but when you look at the new iPad versus the iPad 2 the difference in this pixel count becomes jarringly noticeable.[ source ]