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Due to the retina display technology (pixel density and newness of the technology)...I wouldn't be surprised if dead pixels are much more common than on older non-retina displays.
That's true, however, Apple is charging a premium price for its Retina display machines. And if I'm paying that premium, then it makes sense if I as a customer have a "no dead pixel" tolerance. But like I stated to the OP, he's the first person I've heard from having a problem with dead pixels on an iPad Air. And I can't remember anyone who purchased a MacBook Pro retina model complaining about dead pixels.
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