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Discussion in 'iPad' started by AbyssImpact, Mar 13, 2012.
Yep, I came from the future to tell you guys. The new iPad will have major light leak.
I don't get it.
And if you're wrong? Then what?
Keep in mind that the new ipad is using a different back light.
That will just be part of the fun... First adapters = guinea pigs but we never learn! I've done it with original iPad, iPad 2, iPhones 4 and 4s, now new iPad.
Thanks for your informed opinion
False prophets are usually stoned to death. In this case, throwing old monitors at the OP will work just as well.
My iPad 2 had a light leak and I got it quite a few months after release. This thread is meaningless
Every device that has a light source is nearly impossible to prevent leaking from. However, the two 'new' iPads I had in my hands today were a damn lot better than the ipad2's i've had in my hands regarding leaking light.
Are you just saying this because now that we know that Samsung makes the retina displays you think they are going to sabotage Apple by providing defective screens?
If so you are ignorant.
Wasteland in 3...2..
Oh no. Another troll.
Whether or not there is light leak there will definitely be a few dozen threads with blurry pictures of iPads in the dark asking "Does my The New iPad have backlight bleeding!?!?"
Ummmm, ok. Must have had a problem with your flux capacitor, eh?
Whoever wasted time traveling technology on you was a moron. So many better uses for it that to come to the macrumors forum...
the average consumer is NOT going to notice something that probably doesn't exist except in the minds of the geeks on here (myself included).
Use the damn thing!
there's a leak alright, but it ain't light.