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What you don't seem to realize is...many companies selling products that have display panels...have policies regarding dead pixels...and in many cases, these companies do not guarantee ZERO dead pixels.

Read this (the "Manufacturer Policy" section"):

Defective pixel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

I don't remember Apple's policies on dead pixels. But given the number you found...it's pretty obvious Apple does not have a zero tolerance policy for dead pixels. Many companies do not have this...since it would be very very expensive to guarantee ZERO dead pixels.

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