I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but some early iPad 2 customers are reporting problems with their screens. First off, it customers are reporting (via MacRumors) a slight yellow discoloration of the iPad 2’s screen. At the moment it is believed to be the same issues that affected the iPhone 4 early on in production. That is, the bonding agent used to secure the glass to the screen hasn’t fully dried yet. If this is indeed the problem, it should clear up in the next few days like it did with the iPhone 4.
Next up, some customers are reporting (via Engadget) that light, especially with a dark image on loaded, is leaking around the edges of the screen. Little else is known about the problem at the moment, or if Apple is even aware of the problem at the moment. We’ll keep you posted as we learn more.
Image courtesy of Engadget.
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