Some Retina Display MacBook Pros Exhibit Image Ghosting [Video]

Posted June 25, 2012 at 11:05pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 10012 views

Apple is reportedly replacing Retina Display MacBook Pros that exhibit image retention (ghosting), reports TNW.

According to a thread over on the Apple Support Communities, a user noticed the problem as early as June 16th, a mere 5 days after the product was first available for shipment. Fortunately it seems that an understanding Apple Genius was quick to order a replacement for the device, but it appears that it's not an entirely isolated instance. Over on Dutch website OneMoreThing.nl a couple of images have been circulating that appear to show ghosting issues with the screens:

AppleInsider has posted a video of the problem from Wilson Chan. You can see it below.

It's likely that this problem is isolated to bad batch of panels. If you do experience the issue we recommend you head over to your local Genius bar to have your notebook examined.

Read More [via AppleInsider]


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Vagina Smasher - June 26, 2012 at 9:59am
You sir, are an idiot. Now I must smash another vagina. Off I go!
matrixmaniac - June 26, 2012 at 5:47am
Yeah! Ghosting Gate! Soon on CNN!
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