Pixelitis was an app once distributed on the App Store that helped users locate and pinpoint dead pixels on iOS devices. However, after its second update, it was hastily removed from the store by Apple. Since it will never be there again, here is the code so others may learn from it, or even compile and use it themselves!
Coding Style Guidelines
Please see http://webkit.org/coding/coding-style.html
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