6859 Views 3 Replies Latest reply: Mar 21, 2008 9:15 AM by Nathan C
There will be some variation of LCD screens, even when they come out of the same manufacturing facility.
First, was the brightness setting the same on both iPhones? I would recommend comparing them with the brightness setting about halfway, and the autobrightness off. Autobrightness is a good feature, but if one iPhone is getting more light than the other (shadow for example) there may be a noticable difference.
A matte screen protector, or even a glossy one may make a difference in how the display is perceived as well.
If one of them still appears to have a very noticeable difference from the other, I would recommend contacting AppleCare or making an appointment at the Genius Bar to have the iPhone evaluated by the repair center or a Mac Genius.
Hope this helps,
Thanks for your input. I tested the 2 phones with all varialbles equal and the difference is still noteable. I know that LCD can vary, but because his looks so much "better" I'm unwilling to shrug it off as typical variance, in addition I am responsible for syncing our phones and I've never noted the difference before.
I'm in a bit of a pickle though because our nearest Genius bar is a two hour drive away.