iv_neviz @ 11/10/18, 07:37
Yes, and check well at the front of the store is unlikely to succeed. Better at home / in the office and in which case in the SC.
Just like even Apple itself allows up to 2 broken pixels on the iPad and the service center can safely refuse to return the money or exchange.
Maybe there is some way to start the camera BEFORE activating the iPad, take a white sheet of paper against the light, placing it close to the camera and then examine the resulting image, using it as a white fill of the screen to identify dead pixels.
I just donвЂ™t know if the iPad allows the camera to start BEFORE activation or in some other way to display a single-color blank image without any labels or icons? Maybe there is some clever and unobvious way to do it ...
Understand yourself, somehow you do not want to buy an expensive device, bring home, detect a broken pixel and be sent by the service center back home with the statement that they say 2 broken pixels are allowed!
Given that I live in Ukraine and we donвЂ™t even have an official Apple service, and we have to buy from outbid, then checking for broken pixels BEFORE activating and paying for the device is especially relevant.Post has been editedRussian Ukrainian - 11.11.18, 01:24