Will the new iPhone/OS 3.0 allow the display to be non-yellowish? By either updating the physical screen or adjusting the color calibration, will the new iPhone/ iPod touch and or the new OS fix the yellow-ish color of the display? (I realize Apple spinsters have created the idea that this yellow screen was actually an upgrade/esthetic decision that has nothing to do with a lower-quality display--however I know better, and the screen on the second generation of both the iPhone and the iPod touch is inferior to the one on the first generation.) I have two iPod touches (one is my wife's). Both are second generations. One was made very early in the cycle, being week 9 of the second generation. the display on this iPod touch is far away better than the yellow tinted screen on the later-produced other iPod touch that I have. It is very similar to the screen on the first generation, in fact it is most like a left-over from the first generation that they put into the 2G until they were gone. I have done side-by-side comparisons of both displays, and I have read every thread on the subject of yellowish screens here at Macrumors, and I am going to cut through all the kool-aid stained rosy glasses spin that I have read--THE SECOND-GEN SCREEN IS YELLOW, AND IS INFERIOR TO THE ORIGINAL. The original screen is NOT TOO BLUE. It only looks more "blue" when compared to the very yellow current model. No, the overly-yellow screen does not make movies and pictures look more color accurate. Maybe "warmer" but not more accurate. This is a very subjective term, anyway; and warmer is not necessarily better than cooler and in no way is better than color-accurate, being warm or cold. On my older "blue" display of the very early-run 2G iPod touch shows whites as white (not bluish-white), shows greys as grey (not blue-grey) and blacks are black (not bluish-black). On my newer iPod touch with the newer screen whites are yellowish-white, greys are yellowish-grey, and blacks are not black. Not to mention that the two screens actually "feel" different to the finger--with the older one feeling more like glass and the newer one feeling more like plastic. So, will the new phone, or its OS fix the yellow screen?