I definitely see it. Apple will exchange it. I think when you consider OLED panels, they all have some tendency of ‘static image stamping‘, The pixels are meant to shift, to prevent that, but unfortunately, it is a side effect to OLED. It’s a matter if somebody notices it or not, but I certainly look forward to the transition of micro LED, where that won’t be a possibility.
I do have the same issue with my AW5. As far as I can tell, the burn-in heals a bit over night - or at least it gets better. I think during charging over night (screen off) seems to have a regeneration effect.yes, my watch will be replaced. confirmed
Thanks for the info.Same scenario
no, I don’t have Apple care.
Probably depends on the user. I get ~50 hours with AOD from my watch.It is. I had to turn mine off. Didn’t even last the whole work day for me to use AOD.
Bolded:That is what I am waiting for. Definitely not gonna buy another OLED watch.
While my burn-in is not a big issue at the moment, in a year or two it will become one hurting visual esthetics and resale value. Who would wanna buy a watch with burn-in? No one.