Image for testing iPad color accuracy and green/yellow tint

Discussion in 'iPad' started by Tenhauser, Apr 26, 2012.

  1. Tenhauser macrumors newbie

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    Hi everybody.

    Recently, i've purchased the new iPad Which had yellow screen in top right corner 2/3rds size of the screen. It looked like coffee was spilled on the screen (DM serial, btw). I couldn't stand it as i bought ipad manily for reading so i've returned it and got a new one. Week 6, DN serial (by the way i don't beleive there is ANY correlation between production week/serial number and the screen quality)

    This screen is much better. It has slight pinkish tint in low left corner (where things get hot after heavy use) but this tint is very subjective to viewing angle.

    What bugs me a little is that it SEEMS to me that the whites have SLIGHT greenish tint which is more apparent in grey pictures (like the slide-in keyboard) It MAY BE placebo effect. However as i am also into photo editing i would like to have correct color reproduction (and the green tint can ruin skin tones)

    So the question is: can anybody post a link to some sort of test picture or pattern so that i can test my ipad for the green tint (if there is any, of course!)

    Thanks!
     
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