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Discussion in 'iPad' started by Xanthos, Mar 15, 2012.
Took it myself.
I had the brightness set to maximum.
Thanks, not perfect but better than my launch iPad 2
is it noticeable in normal conditions? Like watching a film in the dark?
Better than my launch iPad 2 but worse than my perfect exchange iPad 2
that looks good to me
This picture was taken with the brightness set to maximum.
It's almost non existent if you use your iPad at 75% brightness or lower.
Can you do it on different levels? 25% 50% and 75%?
Good to hear, with my old iPad the light bleed was viewable at almost any brightness level.
That looks perfectly acceptable to me, congrats
Definitely has some bleed, but no worse than my iPad 2 had. I only noticed the bleed if I was looking for it.
I dont know if the same rule applies now, but I recall some concerns at the time of the iPad2 launch about bleeding, and apparently it can take the "adhesive" a while to completely set up, and that can have an affect on this issue. These things are being shipped so quickly that may not have occurred yet.
Maybe one of the more technical folks can chime in.
does the bleeding go away after a while?
Let me jump on my DeLorean and go forward in time to check it out. I'll BRB...
It's actually a pretty typical level for displays in general. It really shouldn't be a problem unless it's something you commonly notice. I've mentioned this in other threads, but the only current way I know of to get it consistently close to perfect is with secondary panel blocking type correction which would cost you a a little bit on your black levels.
it was a question for those who had the bleeding with ipad2
i assume the bleed is the white areas on the edges?
Oh, ok. My mistake.
Mine never went away. I had a little bit of bleed at full brightness but never bothered me. It is still there almost a year later.
I'll race you in my Tardis.
My iPad 2 never had backlight bleed, I must have had a lucky unit.
iPad 3 Backlight Bleeding :-(
Excuse my ignorance, but when you say launch iPad 2, I assume you mean when they first came out and then when you exchanged it....after you noticed the bleed or a couple of months after the iPad 2 was out?
Doesnt look acceptable to me.
Out of interest, what were the details on your iPad
Ie when and where was it made
This stuff again, I thought they would have fixed it before releasing the 3rd gen.
You will always find a problem if you go looking for it.
just recived new ipad and has bleed very similar to op.
last year had bleed on ipad2, exchanged had more bleed, the 3rd was perfect, still is.