Can you see if my mbp13 has light leakage?

poiihy

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Aug 22, 2014
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what do you mean by "light leakage"?
It looks fine to me
Better than mine...
 

suwonbae

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Oct 10, 2014
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what do you mean by "light leakage"?
It looks fine to me
Better than mine...
I mean back light bleeding.. This is my first macbook, so I am slightly sensitive to minor issues regarding it.
 

snaky69

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Mar 14, 2008
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I mean back light bleeding.. This is my first macbook, so I am slightly sensitive to minor issues regarding it.
Coming onto this forum makes me think half the world population has one form or another of OCD.

Seriously.

The computer, is, a tool. A tool, to do work, or to browse the web, or whatever else you do on a computer. If you cannot notice the flaw in NORMAL, EVERYDAY USE, then why frickin' even bother about it? Pretty much 100% of all LCD screens out there will show some form of lightbleed at max brightness with a black background, it comes with the territory. The backlighting is done from the edges, that's just how things work.

Use your computer, it's not a work of art, just a piece of electronics that displays images and responds to your inputs.
 

poiihy

macrumors 68020
Aug 22, 2014
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Coming onto this forum makes me think half the world population has one form or another of OCD.

Seriously.

The computer, is, a tool. A tool, to do work, or to browse the web, or whatever else you do on a computer. If you cannot notice the flaw in NORMAL, EVERYDAY USE, then why frickin' even bother about it? Pretty much 100% of all LCD screens out there will show some form of lightbleed at max brightness with a black background, it comes with the territory. The backlighting is done from the edges, that's just how things work.

Use your computer, it's not a work of art, just a piece of electronics that displays images and responds to your inputs.
Yes, every LCD screen I have seen is not perfect, and has some... whatever you call it...
Look at your lcd while displaying a white background. You will probably see lighter and darker areas. Similar with black background.
Not to mention the dirt and smudges on the screen :rolleyes:
 
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