App to check color bleeding and dark corners

hasanahmad

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I want to see if the screen bleeds light (black screen) and if the whiteness is consistent all over (white screen).
 

Gav2k

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http://www.ledr.com/colours/black.htm

http://www.ledr.com/colours/white.htm

Turn brightness all the way up
 

hasanahmad

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http://www.ledr.com/colours/black.htm

http://www.ledr.com/colours/white.htm

Turn brightness all the way up
thanks



is this a serious question?! the app you need is called your *eyes*.
I don't get it. If you can't see if with your eyes why would you care.

you could have just posted the first reply instead of asking what it was for
 

whtrbt7

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There is no color bleeding or dark corners on the 2012 iPad. The new tech raises the pixels above the board in order to prevent signal crossing. You don't need an App for that because it isn't necessary.
 

bobright

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So is your screen gold or bad, results??