Apple's making some big noise about the iPhone 4
's new Retina Display and its ability to render print-like text quality, but apparently the iBooks team didn't get the memo: as New York Times
design director Khoi Vinh noticed, there's a sad little moment in the iPhone 4 promo video
when Scott Forstall says "the text is just perfect" just as a poorly laid out page of Winnie the Pooh flashes on the screen. Of course, almost every e-reader and e-reader app is capable of mutilating a layout, but it's crazy to think that this is what Apple actually chose to put up while hyping their new display -- and it's crazy to think that the same fastidious minds that created the iPhone would approve of iBooks doing this to Winnie the Pooh. Khoi's entire post is pretty interesting, so hit the source link to check it out -- and skip to about 3:02 after the break to see the RDF in effect for yourself.