1. sole_elite_xx3's Avatar
    I was watching a video today and noticed a red pixel, I think that means its stuck. I tried tests on the screen but it's still there. I got the iPad when it came out. Anyone know what I can do to fix it? Or do I have to take take it to the apple store -_- thanks.
    04-03-2012 01:08 AM
  2. Tanbam's Avatar
    I've heard of methods of running some kind of flashing colors or physically rubbing on the screen to fix stuck pixels, but why bother with an Apple device?

    If you've got one bad pixel, it's a manufacturing defect. Due to the nature of that, it's not unlikely that it is the only bad pixel - even if it's that way now. You paid a lot of money for your iPad, so you should expect the screen to be perfect. This isn't a $200 NetBoot. Get it replaced.
    04-03-2012 02:45 AM
  3. sole_elite_xx3's Avatar
    I've heard of methods of running some kind of flashing colors or physically rubbing on the screen to fix stuck pixels, but why bother with an Apple device?

    If you've got one bad pixel, it's a manufacturing defect. Due to the nature of that, it's not unlikely that it is the only bad pixel - even if it's that way now. You paid a lot of money for your iPad, so you should expect the screen to be perfect. This isn't a $200 NetBoot. Get it replaced.
    Yeah I'm going to best buy where I got it. If they decide to give me crap ill try the apple store, though beat buy should replace it -___-
    04-03-2012 03:28 AM
  4. Eileen89's Avatar
    Yeah I'm going to best buy where I got it. If they decide to give me crap ill try the apple store, though beat buy should replace it -___-
    If I am not mistaken, BestBuy has a 30 day return/exchange period. Therefore as long as they have your specific model in stock you should have no issues with them exchanging it.


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    04-03-2012 08:18 AM
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