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Discussion in 'iPad 2 Forum' started by jdb2005, Jun 9, 2011.
Just an update on I pad delivery. Here in 4 days. A lot early than expected. Decent
Me too delivery tomorrow 10/6 instead of 22nd. Happy happy happy fingers crossed
Yeah can't wait to get it going all my magazines, movies and music on it, also will be getting some educational apps for kids, and a bit of angry birds for myself. Loving it already and I've not got it!!!
Great news guys. Now just make sure you don't start ignoring your closest and dearest
Enjoy yourself, it's an incredible device.
Now remember we have to check for light bleeding. I saw on a post. Take it to a dark place and turn it on and hope there is no light out the sides they said. :-/
I have yet to see an iPad that doesn't have some bleeding. Unless it's AMOLED or similar, some variation seems likely. Debating if I want to take mine back, figure I will wait until stock is better and maybe the production issues are resolved. Still, not sure there is a defect per se, I have seen pictures of some that are really bad but majority seem fairly minor, IMHO. I find dead/stuck pixels much more annoying.
We got 2 ipads 2 weeks ago with no bleeding at all.
First bleeding now dead pixels to worry about waaaaaaaaaa please no! I dont think I could take the disappointment. Hope I strike it lucky its due today so will be crying or smiling later lol
Part of the problem with the bleeding issue is that each iPad has a different severity, some barely noticeable or even just the way the technology works (no back lit screen with this technology will be uniformly perfect, it is just the nature of the tech) while others have it pretty bad and an obvious problem.
Couple that with people who have different tolerances and drawing subjective conclusions, such as 'mine has it really bad!' ... My guess is your iPads fall within the normal range. Heck, even my high end LCD monitors for my pc aren't perfect.