1. brijuhaha's Avatar
    So, i've been going back and forth to the apple store, just to get the right iPad screen i just got recently. I compared it to the other black new iPad and it has a clear and clean screen compared to the white new iPad ive been returning recently, which has a yellowish color (i think you all know what i'm talking about) when comparing both of them in the dark, with full brigthnes.

    So i just wanna know, based on your experience on previous iPads that you guys have owned, is the yellowish screen REALLY a problem??

    I kinda gave up for not getting the right screen on the new iPad after a lot of times exchanging the iPad and decided to just gonna live with it, and get the applecare+.

    So what you guys think? Did i choose the right decission?

    Thanks
    04-05-2012 08:38 PM
  2. Eileen89's Avatar
    IMHO, it is not a issue at all. Some screens are simply warmer in color than others. My iPhone 4S is warmer in color than my 4, however, I didn't bother returning it as everything else with my 4S is perfect. After almost 4 months with it I have gotten used to the warm color and it no longer bothers me. I suspect you will get used to the screen color as well over time, and like you said, you can always exchange it later if need be.


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    04-05-2012 09:00 PM
  3. Hermdroid's Avatar
    That yellowish color it has is adhesive. Since this is all first batch iPads that glue behind the screen hasn't cured. After three weeks or so it goes away.
    04-05-2012 09:22 PM
  4. Eileen89's Avatar
    That yellowish color it has is adhesive. Since this is all first batch iPads that glue behind the screen hasn't cured. After three weeks or so it goes away.
    Sometimes the case but not always. As I said, some screens are just warmer in color than others. If that is the case, the yellow warm color will not go away.


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    04-05-2012 09:28 PM
  5. BlackBerry Guy's Avatar
    IMHO, it is not a issue at all. Some screens are simply warmer in color than others. My iPhone 4S is warmer in color than my 4, however, I didn't bother returning it as everything else with my 4S is perfect. After almost 4 months with it I have gotten used to the warm color and it no longer bothers me. I suspect you will get used to the screen color as well over time, and like you said, you can always exchange it later if need be.


    Sent from my iPad 4G using Tapatalk HD.
    Yup, it's just manufacturing...different panels from different suppliers etc that will have some variance. In reality, you don't really notice it until you look at it side by side with another of the same device.
    04-05-2012 10:35 PM
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