Currently Being ModeratedMar 16, 2012 5:02 PM (in response to lindon85)
I am making the same observation.
Even before finding this thread on Apple support (which Apple doesn't seem to read), I actually reported about it in my blog. Including a large screen comparison image.
You'll find it here:
It seems to be a general property of the new display. A true color calibration test (done with a calibrated sRGB test photo of a CIE target) resulting in a Sensitivity metamerism index (ISO 17321) is still due. If the result is good enough, then the new iPad screen is just requiring another color profile. Ao, Apple has to bring color profiles to iOS now.
btw, I don't buy the screen must still dry argument.
Currently Being ModeratedMar 16, 2012 5:36 PM (in response to lindon85)
My iPad has the same yellowy cast it. Also the color matrix has been changed ( for the worse ).
Play this HD test video on a iPad2 and New iPad then look at the green/blue bar on the right side.... is it blue or purple. if you have a iPhone 4 play the same video and see if it matches. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yaqe1qesQ8c
Also my iPad really puts out the heat.... big difference in others.
Let me know what you see on yours
Currently Being ModeratedMar 16, 2012 6:57 PM (in response to 35mmFilm)
OMG another new iOS device same complaining... Everyone chill out, this same issue has been reported every time new iOS device pops up since iPhone 4 or 3GS... IT GOES AWAY AFTER A WEEK. Just frsh out of the factory.. So your pics and everything will look great... Yeyyy now go play same games on quad graphics!!!!! Yeahhh baby!!!!
Currently Being ModeratedMar 16, 2012 6:59 PM (in response to lindon85)
Mine is yellow too I'm disappointed. Compared to my ipad 2, the 3 is inferior. Maybe it's the glue. Maybe not. This is my first apple product that hasn't been perfect.
Currently Being ModeratedMar 16, 2012 7:02 PM (in response to Catherine Jackson)
It is the glue... Every ios device i bought had that amd it went away.. What else is wrong with it?. Heat in lower back is normal too. Not an issue.. It doesn't burn you or make your hands sweat so?. What else doesn't work...
My only complait is that magnets seem bit weak but not a biggy.. Still stay closed
Currently Being ModeratedMar 16, 2012 7:25 PM (in response to Darko Ibrahimpasic1)
Are you certain that it would settle in to the same brightness level as the ipad2. And how long did it take for your display to cure?
Currently Being ModeratedMar 16, 2012 7:44 PM (in response to lindon85)
Just to clarify myself, I am talking about yellow tint... Not brightness. Your brightness is affected by you brightness slider and automatic lighting conditions switch... If you switch auto dim off and set brightness to what you want it will stay consistent.. As far as colors go, iPad 3 has 40% more saturation. So colors will pop a lot more. It is very noticeable even at main screen. That is one of the features of retna display. Colors somewhat remind me of my cinema display. Some people won't like that I love it...
As far as yellow tint goes, don't stress over that.. Over time you it will go away and you won't even notice it in few weeks.. Look at "more like this" column on the right of this post. Every iOS device since 3GS had this issue in initial batch cause all units very straight out of factory and glue was fresh.... I had it on my iPhone 4, iPad 2, iPhone 4S, and now on iPad 3 but not as bad as 4S.. That was worst but it went away... It's just initial batch cause they are trying to ship the, ASAP to meet the demand..
Currently Being ModeratedMar 16, 2012 7:52 PM (in response to Parallex33)
@parallex33 - well actually I would love to enjoy my new iPad as much as you do but the yellow screen is disturbing and I can't bring myself to start using it thinking I have paid a grand for something more inferior than my iPad 2. Logically, this is not making sense. Plus the glue thing sounds like an excuse apple made up. I would love for the best of my new iPad and not one with a glue issue. That is just my preference and expectation. You know I paid for the quality of the products and I don't think this is fair to the consumers hoping to see a mind blowing display.
Currently Being ModeratedMar 16, 2012 8:26 PM (in response to Darko Ibrahimpasic1)
Anyone experiencing this will see it fade as others have said...the price of being the first kids on the block with the new toy :-)
Currently Being ModeratedMar 16, 2012 8:33 PM (in response to NyVetteGuy)
Exactly.....I've had it on iPhone 4 and iPad 2, both of which went away completely within about a week of use.
To all who are fretting over this. Don't. Use your devices for a week or two and really use them to burn in the screen. If after a couple weeks your screen is not to your liking, return it. You have a one year warranty after all.
Currently Being ModeratedMar 16, 2012 8:34 PM (in response to lindon85)
Just received my black 64 GB wifi only and the screen is exquisite. No color cast whatsoever, and really jaw-dropping clarity.
Hopefully you can get replacements soon for any screens that aren't up to this standard.
Currently Being ModeratedMar 16, 2012 9:12 PM (in response to lindon85)
Yellowish tint? No, not at all.
Currently Being ModeratedMar 16, 2012 9:32 PM (in response to lindon85)
Glue?? That's absurd! Do you work for Apple? My screen has a yellowish tint as well, as do many others after looking around the internet, and people aren't happy.
Samsung supposedly made the majority of the displays, but LG also made a small amount too. LG made the ipad 1 screens, which I had and the screen was perfect. I think it's the Samsung displays that are yellowish, and the LG that are bluish and look more like ipad 1. That's why a small number of people are saying their screen looks perfect. It probably does.
Currently Being ModeratedMar 16, 2012 10:01 PM (in response to 35mmFilm)
@35MMFILM - I just checked out the video you provided on my iPhone 4s , ipad 2 and also the new iPad. You are right for both of the iPhone 4s display and the iPad 2 display the longer bars on the right side of the video are both green and blue. But on the new iPad it's green and purple. So what does that suggest? Incorrect calibration of colors or something? How can I resolve this ?
Currently Being ModeratedMar 16, 2012 11:45 PM (in response to lindon85)
@Lindon85... Yes I completely understand that you are feeling disappointed, I am just saying that the same thing was said about the iPad 2 one year ago and it turned out that the yellowing disappeared after about a week. It may have been an excuse, but there certainly weren't any reports of yellowing after that time.
I too have a slight yellow tint to the display, but not to the extent that it is ruining my whole experience. The screen is mind blowing and Apple have done an amazing job in getting twice as much into almost the same space. It's incredible to think about how far this product has come and will continue to go.
Have you noticed with the lights off, there is absolutely no light bleed at all? That's the benefit of the new screens being made by Samsung.
Apple have absolutely no problem in replacing units that are to to the customer's satisfaction and hold stock just for that. You can exchange or return at any time during the first 14 days with no fuss whatsoever.
Even if this slight tint doesn't go away, my experience is that by taking it back you won't get any better than you have in your hands already, and I know that whatever I feel is abnormal now will be normal to me in a few days.
I bought the 64Gb 4G model, so have a huge investment into this product, and very pleased that I made it.
Hope that helps explain a little where I am coming from. Just be patient for now, and make a decision in a weeks time if it is still annoying you or has not improved. In the meantime, Wow! I absolutely love this thing! :)