Complaints about the display iPad Pro does not stop ...

Another stone in the garden of Apple.Complaints from iPad Pro owners continue to appear on the Web about

In the communities, the topics are actively overgrown with a lot of comments, new similarly described cases appear, and at the same time it is growingAnd what exactly is the matter?

The screen does not respond

Owners of the 2017 and 2018 iPad Pro face the problem.Specifically, they complain about the operation of the screen.and doesn't want to react to touch, someone has "stuttering" when scrolling, there are cases when keystrokes are simply skipped, or something similar.In short, there is clearly something wrong with the iPad Pro's display, since the number of cases already carriesmass character.

Here is how one of the users describes this problem:

I bought a new 12.9-inch iPad Pro.The "o", "k" and, to a lesser extent, "i" and "j" keys on the on-screen keyboard consistently recognized a single tap and changed color.But in fact, they were not printed in any program.I called support, they suggested I do a full factory reset.But it didn't help.

Today, I returned the tablet to the store and picked up the new 12.9-inch iPad Pro.After 5 or more presses of the "o" or "k" buttons, they finally worked.When the iPad is rotated clockwise to landscape mode, the q and w values are in the same area of the device, and they don't work either.It took seven presses of the q button before the letter appeared on the screen.The problem seems to occur in the bottom right corner of the touchscreen.

Other iPad Pro users face a similar problem — the touchscreen sometimes just refuses to respond, and this can alsoAnother user writesthat:

The latest 12.9-inch iPad Pro, model 1 TB / 6GB running iOS 12.1.3. Protective film is not used. It seems that this happens in all areas of the screen. The screen freezes. It reacts as if the screen was very dirty or my finger did not touch the screen completely. Interestingly, the braking sometimes stops. Sometimes, if you push the screen with the gain, the problem goes away.

Apparently, the problem first concernsThe new iPad Pro 2018 models, although there were also complaints from some iPad Pro owners of 2016 and 2017. Next you can see a video showing the problem of screen stuttering.

One of the users whose review we wrote abovelater reported that he was able to make a replacement for the new iPad Pro, like many other customers who have encountered this problem. But he said that the new model also had the same problem.

At the moment there is no information whether this issoftware or hardware problem. At the same time, do not forget that in addition to problematic tablets, there are many iPad Pro models from 2017 and 2018 that have nothing like this at all. This makes it difficult to identify the cause. Some issues with the 2017 model appear to have started with the launch of iOS 11.3, but have not gone away thanks to software updates. Many users running iOS 12.2 are still reporting problems.

If you are one of those users who are also experiencing problems with the iPad screen, bring it to the store and ask for a replacement.