Ipad 2 Replacement-Refurbished are in

Discussion in 'iPad' started by L2gbrian, Apr 19, 2011.

  1. L2gbrian macrumors member

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    So got my second replacement today for the light bleeding and the replacement has bleeding I think the worst of them all, anyways they do have refurbished ones in stock now so just a heads up if you want a new one hurry and get them while you can the refurbished are out!!! They were trying to push me to get that and I insisted for a new one and what a pain in the A**.. Anyways lots of arguing I won got a new Ipad and also got a free leather smart cover (in black) would never buy it at $69.00 (rip off) but love it cause it was free works really good with the incipio feather case:D anyways just a heads up that they do have and are getting refurbished in for the light bleeding only so hurry and get your Ipads exchanged for a new one wrapped in the box as what I think everyone deserves that has a manufactures issue not a Refurbished
     
  2. gtmac macrumors 6502a

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    If the light bleeding is fixed please send a refurb my way.
     
  3. ani23 macrumors 6502

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  4. Macdude2010 macrumors 65816

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    Does your new iPad have light bleed?

    the refubs would be tested so i think i prefer those
     
  5. L2gbrian thread starter macrumors member

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    Didn't know I was getting a grade teacher
     
  6. jdminpdx macrumors 6502

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    It makes it difficult to read and personally when I see threads like this I stop reading.
     
  7. L2gbrian thread starter macrumors member

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    Have a good day
     
  8. ani23 macrumors 6502

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    You aren't. But you definitely need one. Maybe there's an app for that.
     
  9. blackwind macrumors regular

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    Bet those technician test with full brightness on...

    I have read somewhere were saying... To test the screen bleeds is not to turn the brightness up all the way and test it... Somehow to just around 80% of brightness... because 100% brightness ofcoz some lights are tended to show.

    Again a refurb = imperfect
     
  10. physicsguy13 macrumors 6502

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    I got a replacement today and it was a brand new unit because they weren't able to get a replacement one. It still has bleeding but it is a little better than my first one and I am sticking with this one until I know that they have several units in stock without any issues.
     

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