I just received my new iPad mini 5 and I have to say I am disappointed with the quality of the display. These are the things I can clearly see, not what I think I can see. 1- A noticeably warm appearance compared to my previous iPads, which were all consistently neutral in color balance. That is with the True Tone off. With True Tone on it looks awfully warm and nowhere near neutral. Truly awful appearance. The best option is to simply turn off True Tone, which is what I had planned to do in the first place. With it off, again, the display is still noticeably warmer than my previous iPads. My mini 4 running right next to it looks neutral in color balance. Whites are white, not warm. The mini 5's display is yellower and greener. With skin tones the added green does away with much of the natural pinks and magentas normally seen in skin, so now skin tones often look lifeless compared to the mini 4. That is compounded by the issue I bring up in #4. 2- Viewing angles are significantly less than the mini 4. For example, I can lay them both flat down on the counter in my kitchen playing the exact same video and I can still get a reasonably viewable picture from the mini 4. Meanwhile the mini 5 gets significantly darker. I would estimate it is approaching half the brightness of the mini 4. 3- Related to number 2 above, the black areas of the display turn reddish at those at greater viewing angles. Meanwhile the 4 pretty much stays black. 4- The white point has been reduced, rendering colors less saturated and image quality noticeably flatter and duller compared to the mini 4. For those that don’t know what the point is, that is simply the point at which whites go pure white. Even my tech illiterate, phobic and uninterested wife sees those things. *** In regards to #s 2 and 3, the lesser viewing angle and reddish tint in black areas, those are likely hardware issues inherent to the new display on the new mini 5, assuming only one display supplier is making the displays for Apple, in which case nothing can be done about it, or issues perhaps limited to a particular supplier, assuming there is more than one display supplier. In regards to #s 1 and 4, those I fear are software choices by Apple, and getting Apple to change their minds on things is almost impossible. This is the same company that recently and stupidly decided to round off the corners of videos when viewing them in picture and picture mode, as if somehow we want to watch our videos like on an old tube TV. Anyway, that is my disappointing experience with the new mini 5. I'm really bummed because my iPad mini 4 has been my computing workhorse and I almost always have it with me. The performance of the mini 5 is incredible, only let down by the display, that is supposed to be better. Nope, not in the ways I addressed. I fear Apple may now be following the Instagram filter like mentality and veering away from truly accurate colors and contrast, ironically at a time where display tech has become so advanced to allow for even more accurate color. Very disappointing Apple. I'd appreciate anyone's views and experience on the matter, especially from those who also own/owned the mini 4. I may end up just keeping the mini 4 and replacing the battery. A real shame because the performance if the mini 5 is such a huge step forward.