Just noticed this on my replacement phone, and now I can't remember if this happened on my previous one: When viewing the phone normally, as in vertically, and looking at a predominantly white screen, the viewing angle tend to suffer a little more compared to viewing it horizontally. The whites tend to 'grey out' immediately when turning the phone slightly to left or right when vertical. When it's on horizontal, the whites stay as white and not grey out until at a very steep angle. Again, I'm saying that this happens on a screen with lots of white only. It is not as noticeable on an otherwise colourful screen. I'm thinking this is due to the limitation of the LCD technology, and Apple choosing to limit the vertical viewing angle as opposed to the horizontal, say for movie viewings' sake, is the only way to go. Does yours exhibit this?