Apple says jelly effect on iPad mini 6 display is not a problem

Following the official launch of the iPad mini 6 in stores last week, buyers around the world have noticed

annoying jelly scrolling effect on the tablet display. As it turns out, Apple has confirmed that this effect is completely normal and not a hardware issue.

What is the problem

Revision gg already told you that "jelly scrolling" -this is when half of the display refreshes noticeably slower than the other, resulting in a wobbling effect when content moves quickly. Since the release of the iPad mini 6, there have been many reports of this, and users began to think that it could be a hardware malfunction or even a software bug.

But despite the fact that this effect worriedFor many users, Apple has now stated through ArsTechnica that the "jelly scrolling" effect is to be expected on LCD screens. The company claims that LCD panels “update line by line”, which is causing the lag.

Despite Apple's response, ArsTechnica notes that the "jelly scrolling" effect is much less noticeable on other 60Hz LCD iPad models, such as the iPad Air 4 and entry-level iPad.

And what's the solution

Unfortunately, since Apple states that thisexpected behavior, those who have purchased a new iPad mini 6 and are dissatisfied with the display will not be able to request a repair or replacement. Of course, buyers who don't want to live with this annoying display effect can return the iPad mini to Apple for a full refund within 14 days of purchase. And the task of the editorial office gg - warn potential buyers.

Source: arstechnica

Images: apple

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