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Android is a wonderful meta tag for the viewport, which turns off the scaling for displays with high resolution.

Is there anything similar for iPhones with Retina Display? I know that you can connect alternative styles using a media query, but in Javascript, the screen.width & screen.height still return the scaled value.
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The same viewport , isn't it?
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