1. Jeremy's Avatar
    This sounds more like a case of a different display that was made by different manufactures. No different than any previous iPhone. Some of the displays had different shades so to speak depending on where the screen came from. Now if it was yellow blotches that would be the glue but that only effected some phones that were freshly made and would disappear after a few days.
    03-23-2012 11:07 AM
  2. Eileen89's Avatar
    This sounds more like a case of a different display that was made by different manufactures. No different than any previous iPhone. Some of the displays had different shades so to speak depending on where the screen came from. Now if it was yellow blotches that would be the glue but that only effected some phones that were freshly made and would disappear after a few days.
    Exactly. I thought I read somewhere that the displays made my Samsung tend to be warm, and the ones that are made by LG tend to have that cool blue screen. I've read too many posts where people mistakenly confuse the glue drying issue when in fact the warmer yellowish screen has to do with who manufactured the display. My iPhone 4 was a cool blue color which I prefer. My 4S is warm in color and I definetlly notice it if I put my 4S next to the 4. I can see how the warmer tone of the New iPad bothers those that have it. Thankfully my New iPad has a cooler blue tone to it just like my 4.


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    Last edited by Irish Rose; 03-23-2012 at 08:42 PM.
    03-23-2012 08:06 PM
  3. Jeremy's Avatar
    Exactly. I thought I read somewhere that the displays made my Samsung tend to be warm, and the ones that are made by LG tend to have that cool blue screen. I've read too many posts where people mistakenly confuse the glue drying issue when in fact the warmer yellowish screen has to do with who manufactured the display. My iPhone 4 was a cool blue color which I prefer. My 4S is warm in color and I definetlly notice it if I put my 4S next to the 4. I can see how the warmer tone of the New iPad bothers those that have it. Thankfully my New iPad has a cooler blue tone to it just like my 4.


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    Exactly, I'm not sure which one was warmer than the other but if it were the glue it would be blotches and not the full screen.
    03-23-2012 08:55 PM
  4. BLiNK's Avatar
    i too am experiencing a slight yellow tint or warm look. to be honest my OCD is through the roof right now but i think i can get past it

    from the minimal searching i have done it looks like it may go away? to prevent from reading the web for hours on end can anyone from here confirm if it does? or do you just simply get used to it..
    03-30-2012 10:00 AM
  5. Eileen89's Avatar
    i too am experiencing a slight yellow tint or warm look. to be honest my OCD is through the roof right now but i think i can get past it

    from the minimal searching i have done it looks like it may go away? to prevent from reading the web for hours on end can anyone from here confirm if it does? or do you just simply get used to it..
    BLiNK, my first 4S didn't have the yellow tint, but the factory unlocked 4S that I got from Apple in Jan. and am using now does have the yellow tint. To be honest, it bothered me at first too, but I didn't feel like taking it back when everything else was perfect with it. While it didn't go away, I have gotten used to it and have gotten used to it over the past 3 months. What's funny is that in natural lighting I notice it more, but when viewing the screen in a room that has fluorescent lighting the screen seems to have the blue tone only a little lighter than that of my old iPhone 4....


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    03-30-2012 05:09 PM
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