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Discussion in 'iPad' started by mmoosa, Mar 30, 2011.
Anyone else have this problem?
Have you tried a restore in iTunes?
Done that but still does it, I'll try it once more and see what happens
why haven't you gone to apple and got a new one?
apple will SURELY replace it.
unless you dropped it, and there visual damage then it's chance.
I agree. This unit obviously did not come out of the box that way (you can see a group with apps in it in the video), so I have to assume it was dropped or incurred some other external interaction to cause this.
Regardless, I think if it shows no physical damage, Apple will replace it.
I'm not convinced that's faulty.
That just looks like a software glitch which will vanish after a restart.
Mine does this too. I'm gonna take it in when i get my iMac. Caame out of the box that way.
They will replace this. No doubt
I just restarted. And still happening. Its fine for a while.
You dropped it, didn't you?
Mine did it for a bit then stopped.
If It keeps happening then take it back but wait a few weeks. There is no rush and it's much less frustrating to go in and come out with a replacement than be told to return in 2 weeks as they have none!
You think i'll say its a fault if i had dropped it?
Anyway, it doesn't bug me. just wanted to know if it was a wide spread problem, I have another one which doesn't do it.
And its been restored twice now, and still does it.
Why did it have to incurr some external interaction?!! Maybe its just a faulty iPAd that seemed to have worked fine in the beginnig but eventually showed its ugly side. I mean...at the end of the day, it is a computer.
LMAO, i can replicate this on an iPod Touch! Know how? Pull half of the ribbon cable connector from the PCB to the screen and VOILA! But seriously though, its more than likely that ribbon cable got loose and may need to be reconnected...thats a job for Apple Store!