iPad screen bleeding.

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  1. Stephen777

    Stephen777 iPF Novice

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    Hi. I've had my iPad 1 for almost 6 months now and have recently noticed my screen is starting to bleed out. Like this.[​IMG]
    I do have Apple Care protection for it. I was wondering what I could do about this issue.
     
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    Tim SPRACKLEN iPad Legend

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    Apple will replace iPad2s that have bleeding screens so take it to your local Apple Store for a replacement. It might be worth 'phoning in advance to check they have a replacement in stock so as to save a wasted journey.

    You'll find literally hundreds of posts on the Forum that deal with this topic if you want to read of other Members' experiences.

    Tim
     
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