It's been discussed way too much. There is still topics on page 2 about this. Search next time!
But to answer your question; it is a problem with LED screens and to do with what "white light" actually is, and how it refracts different colours at different angles.
Just ask yourself this: Why do you need to use your laptop in a configuration where you aren't looking straight ahead at it? Now I'm not ruling out that no possible use exists, but I seriously doubt that you personally will find any new practical use for the laptop by using it at a viewing angle where the yellow-tint appears.
I knew I would regret it if I made it sound as if there was no use for extreme viewing angles, glad I didn't do that. Anywho...
Link? Considering that Apple uses industry-standard TN panels in all of their laptops, any such claim would have been blatant false advertising.I remember it being a feature during the build-up to the release of the MBP early last year. Was mentioned on the website.
Buy a real LCD screen. Even a $300 19" screen beats the pants off your MacBook Pro's screen.
so he pays all the money for that thing and the display doesnt work the way its supposed to ??!!Buy a real LCD screen. Even a $300 19" screen beats the pants off your MacBook Pro's screen.
Cannot afford a $300 cheap PVA LCD screen? Well then you have no business being a Mac user don't you...
I don't think its the nature of LED screens I guess its just the panel type (TN) because I have a Sony Vaio TX with an LED screen and it shows no yellow at any angles nor any sort of yellow tint, but then again the screen on the TX is 11.1" compared to the MBP 15.4"I believe this is normal for the LED screens- I notice it as well on my new MBP. Maybe it will keep others eyes off your screen!
Well good news for all of us here.so he pays all the money for that thing and the display doesnt work the way its supposed to ??!!
and your solution is to buy another screen?! >_<