SS Apple Watch owners.

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  1. enrincon89, Mar 1, 2017
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    enrincon89 macrumors member

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  3. OriginalAppleGuy macrumors 6502

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    Nope! Looks like someone took a belt sander to yours though!
     
  4. enrincon89 thread starter macrumors member

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    Is because the screen is dirty. That's the only way to see the black spots.
     
  5. ajm222 macrumors 6502a

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    looks like something roughly the same shape of the screen but smaller was stuck on top at some point and left some residue possibly when removed. first thought was a screen protector, but too small for that. maybe something that grips the screen to hold it during a manufacturing process was involved. interesting.
     
  6. Relentless Power macrumors P6

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    I have never observed anything like that before. I agree it looks like a defect in the display or embedded in the sapphire. Curious to see how long it's been like that.
     
  7. OriginalAppleGuy macrumors 6502

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    Oh, okay. So it looks like they are edges of a smaller screen. Strange marks.
     
  8. NismoRoadster macrumors regular

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    Mine had something like that too. I polished it with a Cape Cod Cloth and it went away.
     
  9. supercoolmanchu macrumors regular

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    Try a microfiber cloth with a few drops of water?
     
  10. trminek macrumors newbie

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    I had the same problem as you. It's broken oleophobic coathing. If you polished with Cape Cod Cloth remove the defect, but also oleophobic coating.
     

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