what is the best method to check bleeding and yellow tint?

Discussion in 'iPad' started by Dextor143, Mar 19, 2012.

  1. Dextor143 macrumors 6502

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    Is there a site or a method and also at what brightness level?
     
  2. Techwriter macrumors regular

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    Someone on this forum suggested opening a page on your new iPad containing a lot of white space, the new iPad page on the Apple site, for example.

    Then place your new iPad on the table beside a sheet of white printing paper. If you have another Apple product, an iPhone, iPod Touch, or an iPad 1 or 2, you can also place them in the row.

    Then compare each side by side.

    While my new iPad was definitely slightly warmer, it wasn't anything I couldn't accept. Not everyone will have the same result or acceptance level.
     
  3. elmz macrumors regular

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    Honestly, if it's not easily apparent to you, don't go looking for it. Otherwise you're just looking for a reason to hate your iPad.
     
  4. imac2007 macrumors member

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  5. lcseds macrumors 6502a

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    This.
    I don't get why people go looking for problems if they were satisfied a few moments earlier. Nothing is perfect. If you look for problems, you will find them. You'll never own a car with OCD like this. On the LG TV forum, people complained about splotches and backlight bleed when NO signal was applied. WTF!
    I think my iPad looks great. I'm not looking for s***.
     

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