WTF??? 4 retinas? its because of people like you that some of us are waiting up to 2 weeks to get a hand on one....???What's the most number of exchange (replacements) for retina in here?
I am on my 4th retina. LG, has IR issue. First 3 all samsungs, either dead pixels, backlight bleed.
I am thinking just return and wait a few months.
Eh? You're gonna blame the OP for Apple's quality control issues? If I get any dead pixels on screens I send them back.WTF??? 4 retinas? its because of people like you that some of us are waiting up to 2 weeks to get a hand on one....???
Cry cry, whinge whinge.WTF??? 4 retinas? its because of people like you that some of us are waiting up to 2 weeks to get a hand on one....???
I got my rMBP yesterday, samsung screen, no issues, no nothing.....
get a grip man! you have some sort of problem! stop looking for issues!
It sounds like you and the op wear the worlds great microscope when checking out apple, your talent are much needed working with the police in the csi unitI've just ordered mine again, about 3 weeks after sending my 3rd one back as it had half a yellow screen. My first one was perfect in every way apart from a dead pixel, and the 2 after that were terrible.
I also wound up ordering an iPad 3rd gen again, a few months after returning 5 of them due to them being plagued with yellow tints to the left side of the screen. Hopefully the issues have been rectified somewhat after the initial demand has died down.
Cry cry, whinge whinge.
\_/ - this carecup is empty.
I agree. My first one is perfect but reading this forum makes me wonder how many people would find issues with it.0 returns. First one I got (Within two days of ordering after release) was perfect.
I know three other people in the same situation, where they have got perfect speciems.
Ether we are just lucky, or don't over analyse the devices with a magnifying glass.... Sometimes from reading on this forum you would think people are actually hell bent on finding a defect...
And yes before you all jump on me, I understand the reasoning behind paying X thousands £/$ for a device and you expect it to be "perfect" (Which in itself is flawed as perfection, is I firmly believe different for each person. Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder, etc)
Absolutely, nobody should accept less than perfect out of the box! There was actually a member on another forum who was so happy he got a Samsung display and did not have any IR that he accepted his rMBP with a small dent in the housing. He flat out said I am not taking a chance of getting a new one with a bad display just because of a small dent.As should ANYONE who buys these products. As a consumer, you should be the one who demands a certain level of quality. Non-discerning consumers (like many in this thread who simply accept dead pixels or problematic screens) are the REAL problem.