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Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by samuelk0814, Nov 26, 2013.
And please post the fifth digit of your serial number.
I got a good one. 'Q' serial. Samsung.
Nothing is perfect in this world.
Mine is fantastic, H series, base model 2.0/8/256, first one I got.
I tried the command to determine display manufacturer, but it just said “Color LCD” and nothing else at all. So I tried piping ioreg to a file, using TextWrangler grep to remove everything that’s not hex code between angle brackets, and xxd’ing the result, but a bunch of gibberish came out.
You could just check under Color Lcd mmod and see if it's A019 LG or A022 Samsung
Agreed. Mine is "perfect enough".
I'm very happy with mine. The fifth digit is "2". I have an LG display.
what would you consider this ? yellow tint or even backlighting ? it doesn't bother me but it definitely has a ... something about it idk...
that looks pretty yellow, do you have f.lux running or something
I have a Samsung, 5th digit is 3, and my screen is perfect.
EDIT: My mac's serial number 5th digit is an L. I for some reason thought he was asking after the serial number of the display.
My display is spectacular. Crisp, bright and blemish free. Fifth character is a "3".
Aha, thanks. Manufacturer 610, Model A019, Date CCD71000. You say that makes it an LG?
So far so good.
I believe the fifth character of your Mac's serial number is meant to be a letter...
Yeah...I started my Thanksgiving PTO about 3 hours ago with beer. I wish my cognitive abilities were as clear as the rMBP display. Fifth character is a "G".
i used to have f.lux running but i tried to delete it and my screen always has looked a bit yellow ever since ! how do i know its actually been fully uninstalled
My 15" rMBP has nothing wrong that I can see. I'm loving it. My fifth digit is "L".
No yellow tinting here. I adore this screen. I've had 0 issues with it.
Not sure what the fifth letter of my serial number is supposed to tell you though.
It's supposed to tell you the week it was manufactured. There's a theory out there that newer versions (with 5th digits being N or greater on the alphabet list) have less problems...
looks pretty similar
No yellow tint on mine (looks whiter than my old late 2008 MBP), fifth digit is a J
mine is perfect as well. feb 2013 refurbished rmbp with 650 M and a samsung display
Mid 2012 here, and display about as good as you can expect an IPS panel to be.
Do you want the fifth digit of the panel serial, or of the laptop?
Of the laptop itself. thanks for your input!
I had LG with ghosting, very good LG after replacement (both in 1st gen rMPB) and now I have again an LG screen. Almost perfect, unnoticeable bleeding, no yellow tint, great colors.