Apple Watch weird issue

Brunojfpereira

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Jul 30, 2017
2
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Ghost screen, screen's bleeding with others, very dim screen
Hi guys, I have a Apple Watch 42mm, great condition, no falls or deep scratches, but I have a problem with it, I don't understand whats happening but he has like image above image like situation, with white screen I can see the apple logo behind the white screen, and even behind apps, it's really weird. I did a full reset, the latest update, I already reduced the transparency.

So in conclusion:

- Display very dim even with maximum brightness

- Bleeding screens (seeing (always) other screens used by apps)

-Tried full restore, reset, update, reduce transparency on.
Photos here:


https://ibb.co/dvjaLQ

https://ibb.co/fNBpfQ

https://ibb.co/c36N0Q


Any ideas?
 

Stefan johansson

macrumors 65816
Apr 13, 2017
1,294
607
Sweden
Ghost screen, screen's bleeding with others, very dim screen
Hi guys, I have a Apple Watch 42mm, great condition, no falls or deep scratches, but I have a problem with it, I don't understand whats happening but he has like image above image like situation, with white screen I can see the apple logo behind the white screen, and even behind apps, it's really weird. I did a full reset, the latest update, I already reduced the transparency.

So in conclusion:

- Display very dim even with maximum brightness

- Bleeding screens (seeing (always) other screens used by apps)

-Tried full restore, reset, update, reduce transparency on.
Photos here:


https://ibb.co/dvjaLQ

https://ibb.co/fNBpfQ

https://ibb.co/c36N0Q


Any ideas?
Try a reset. If it won't work,leave it to service centre.
 

Brunojfpereira

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Jul 30, 2017
2
0
nothing worked for me, I can use the watch without problem but its annoying that ghostly thing...
I believe this could be some damage made by sunlight maybe. The OLED screen is pretty sensible to this kind of stuff right?

Thanks
 

Stefan johansson

macrumors 65816
Apr 13, 2017
1,294
607
Sweden
nothing worked for me, I can use the watch without problem but its annoying that ghostly thing...
I believe this could be some damage made by sunlight maybe. The OLED screen is pretty sensible to this kind of stuff right?

Thanks
The heat is probably worse than the light itself.
 

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