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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by zooby, Sep 28, 2013.
I have noticed this slightly. Although I am going with what others say on this forum and leaving it a bit to see if it's just glue curing.
Never has been glue
Never will be glue
The 5 had yellow screens at launch too. It's not a new supplier it's just a crappy panel they can make in bulk. Take it back and tell me you think it's crap.
mine is noticeably warmer than my 4s.
It's not glue (IME). I've always heard this from ppl but it never got better over time. Just exchange it.
Mine is definitely warm. I can really tell when I take it outside with a webpage up with a white back ground. The background looks slightly red compared to the white facia. I never saw this with my iPhone 4.
My 4S had a cool screen, my 5 definitely had a warmer one with a noticeable yellow tint, though it didn't really bother me and I just didn't worry about it
However, my 5s is back to the cooler spectrum and more closely matches my 4s and my iPad.
12F only, if it is 13 and above return it.
My 5s screen is slightly cooler and slightly brighter than my 5. The 4s by comparison is much cooler. This changes from model to model. There's never been consistency. What I don't understand is why Apple still doesn't support color profiles on iOS devices.