With the iPad 2 still box fresh and in the hands of some of the fortunate, it is already suffering with technical defects reported by users within the first few hours of its life.
Engadget touched on the two most common issues that have arisen with Apple’s second gen tablet. First up is an issue that touched a number of iPhone 4’s when it first came out, namely yellow spots appearing beneath the LCD glass. Said to be un-evaporated bonding solution for securing the glass, these spots will eventually disappear.
More importantly is the defect brought to light with a light bleeding around the outer edges of the iPad 2’s display screen? In a video clip by I Am Phones, the newly purchased slate shows the bleeding sensation at different points around the screen’s edge. It is most prominent nearer the home button.
It seems to be most noticeable when a dark scene comes up in a movie or anytime when the LCD screen is displaying dark images. To take the edge out of the light bleed it is possible to play with the brightness settings this is a temporary fix and not a cure.
Tell us if you have an iPad 2 and have experienced either of these issues? Hopefully Apple will be quick to rectify any faults before it gets too serious.
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