Yellow tint tends to be due to the panel type or manufacturer. If you're not happy with it, then return it. I don't know if anyone can tell you what to do other then point out that its not defective. Its up to you on whether this bugs you enough to exchange the model.Calibrate the color not as bad as it was should I return it?
As far as I can tell the manufacturer has little to do with it. LG were far more prone to image retention in the beginning but the colour seems to be screen by screen.I read on here someone had a lg screen that they enjoyed. Not sure how to determine that on mine
If you have the base model without dedicated GPU then try this:How do I go about finding what screen I have or maker?
Mine is a samsung screen starts with LSN.. Is lg better?If you have the base model without dedicated GPU then try this:
System Preferences > Displays > Color > Open Profile > Scroll down and click on 'mmod'
If you have Nvidia dedicated graphics then you can 100% check via a terminal command:
Let us know what screen you have. In my experience every mid 2014 rMBP with a perfect white uniform screen I have seen in a store has the 0000A019 model.
How can I tell if it's uniform? I had two rmbp 2014 from Apple and screens were perfect returned them.. One I have now is from best buy and screen not as perfectI was going to bet that you had a Samsung
In my personal experience when looking at the demo models in stores every screen that I have come across that has a perfect screen has the 0000A019 LG screen. The whites are white and completely uniform.
I have had one good Samsung and one bad one and also one good LG screen. However these were the base models so I could not 100% determine if they were actually LG or Samsung.
Is the screen uniform?