I really just cant believe that Apple is still using displays from suppliers who are producing subpar panels with this blatantly obvious issue. Who's the culprit? Is it LG? Samsung? Sharp? Who needs to get their **** together and when is Apple going to start demanding higher quality displays for their premium (and very expensive) tablets? How many generations is it going to take? Or do they just not care? The left side of the display fades to a horrific dirty green/yellow while the right side is brighter, whiter but a bit on the pink side. If the entire display looked like the right side (and was uniform), it would be usable and I'd live with it. But as it is now, its very distracting. Just as it was on the iPad 3s and iPad 4s that had this problem. Then theres iOS 7 on the iPad. All that white really makes this uneven tint obvious, yet no one at Apple noticed, or cared. Its kind of ironic, or incredibly arrogant depending on how you look at it. I also noticed ALOT of color banding (or whatever you call that horrible distortion on low quality images) whenever there is a transparent overly (after you type in your password and slide to unlock, pull down notifications, or the left side of Reminders). I hope Apple addresses this issue when they polish iOS 7 (I still have hope that 7.1 will bring visual improvements). If you have a good one, congratulations, youve won yet another Apple Display Lottery. I on the other hand refuse to play this game again - trying to get an iPad with a 'good' panel from whichever supplier is making them. Ill see what the Mini Retina looks like. If Apple was able to use a supplier that can produce a uniform high-quality display with crisp bright whites and nicely saturated colors, Ill stick with the Mini.