Horizontal Lines on Bottom of Screen
My iPad mini has horizontal lines that seem to fluctuate toward the bottom half of the screen. Sometimes there is image ghosting when changing pages, and other times it varies from very severe to barely noticeable lines. No water damage or drops, it just started acting up while I was using it in the sun (issue?). I am thinking it's the LCD or logic board, but it wouldn't really be worth fixing if the logic board was bad. Any ideas?
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I have the same problem.. mine however wasnt sun exposed, but dropped a couple of times. I recall that the lines didnt appear right after the falls. started as few and fluctuated.
I appreciate any feedback too.
Either proceed to change the screen, which is a difficult and potentially costly task, or ask a repair tech/shop for a diagnosis and quotation based on which you can decide to repair yourself or not. The problem here is that a drop may have damaged components on the board, not just the screen. So you may end up replacing the LCD without solving the issue; which is why I recommend getting it diagnosed or at least start by posting a separate question with a photo of your defective iPad.
I believe I'm having same issue. Out of the blue my iPad mini 3 is showing a group of thin lines towards the bottom of the screen (home button area). At time all but one (very top one) vanish. When the whole group is there it will also show some ghosting from content that was below that group of thin lines.
This iPad has been babied since bought. Actually using a Pelican shockproof case since taken out of the box.
Mine has never been dropped or had sun exposure, started doing it when it was only a few months old, would they be made in China by any chance? I thought Apple was quality
из Lorraine sheehan
No electronic item is going to be perfect and an issue like this which as you can see by the lack of reported cases is in no way an indicator of "lack of quality". And yes, the iPad and many other apple products are indeed made in China or with Chinese made parts. It's called globalization.
And as a side note, I had mine replaced at an Apple Store without hassles in less than 15 minutes. Made an appointment for service, store genius ran a quick diagnostic test on it and confirmed no visual damage or water damage on it. Took longer to do the backup and restore from old iPad to new one than the whole service experience. Highly pleased with Apple. Still no clue as what may have been the issue. Such is life.
из Jose Ruben Justiniano
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