Ok, so I'm assuming it's safe to post here about an issue that I'm experiencing without the fear of getting berated and patronized for "being picky". Maybe that's a mistake on my part. Anyways, ever since day one of my iPad ownership (a couple months ago), I noticed that it would prematurely enter landscape mode when tilted to the left (by grabbing the left side of the iPad and raising it up). This has actually been bugging me a lot, causing the iPad to switch into landscape frequently when sitting on my lap, even though it's still relatively level. Apparently, I have to keep it almost perfectly level or use orientation lock whenever it's not on a completely flat surface. (Hard life, I know) Here is a video of the issue. In this video, I show how to reproduce the problem. I have already asked on reddit, and a few people have responded that they have the same issue. I was wondering if anyone else does. I sent my iPad to Apple for repair once already, and they sent it back saying that they couldn't recreate the issue that I had described. Since then, I decided just to try and live with it, but it has become increasingly annoying, and paired with the fact that my home button has always been quite mushy, I decided to send it back again. This time, I gave the URL of the video that I made to the agent that I spoke with at Apple, and he included it in my case. I don't know if it will actually get watched by anyone other than him (he watched it), but it's clear that there is an issue, and that I'm not the only one who experiences it.