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Versión actual por: Łukasz S ,

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Red-tinted screen at certain angles

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Ok, here’s a weird one. I’ve just switched to the laptop in question from 2015 13” rMBP and noticed that when looking at the screen from certain angles there is a red tint visible especially while a darker picture is being displayed. To be more precise - if I turn the laptop so that the screen is almost (85 degrees) perpendicular to my eyesight there is a red hue clearly visible to me BUT only while looking at 45 degrees from both upper screen corners perspective. I am 100% sure that this is something that did not occur on the previous device (and this display is supposed to be superior to it) and yes, all of the True Tone/Night Shift things are disabled. Before I go for a warranty claim I’d like to ask if there is anybody who might have noticed anything similar on their >=2016 MBP devices?
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+EDIT: I have added one pic. Yes, I am aware that I have a screen protector but this is not the reason of this distortion. Background displayed on the screen is pitch black when looking while sitting straight in front of the device.
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+[image|2180929]
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+[image|2180930]
-EDIT: I have added one pic. Yes, I am aware that I have a screen protector but this is not the reason of this distortion. Background displayed on the screen is pitch black when looking while sitting straight in front of the device.
+EDIT#2: Posting more pictures which I was able to make on cloudy day.
-[image|2180929] [image|2180930]
+[image|2181610] [image|2181613] [image|2181612]

Dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 13" Two Thunderbolt Ports 2020

Estatus:

open

Editado por: Łukasz S ,

Título:

Red-tinted screen at certain angles

Texto:

Ok, here’s a weird one. I’ve just switched to the laptop in question from 2015 13” rMBP and noticed that when looking at the screen from certain angles there is a red tint visible especially while a darker picture is being displayed. To be more precise - if I turn the laptop so that the screen is almost (85 degrees) perpendicular to my eyesight there is a red hue clearly visible to me BUT only while looking at 45 degrees from both upper screen corners perspective. I am 100% sure that this is something that did not occur on the previous device (and this display is supposed to be superior to it) and yes, all of the True Tone/Night Shift things are disabled. Before I go for a warranty claim I’d like to ask if there is anybody who might have noticed anything similar on their >=2016 MBP devices?
-[image|2180930]
+EDIT: I have added one pic. Yes, I am aware that I have a screen protector but this is not the reason of this distortion. Background displayed on the screen is pitch black when looking while sitting straight in front of the device.
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+[image|2180929] [image|2180930]

Dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 13" Two Thunderbolt Ports 2020

Estatus:

open

Editado por: Łukasz S ,

Título:

Red-tinted screen at certain angles

Texto:

-Ok, here’s a weird one. I’ve just switched to the laptop in question from 2015 13” rMBP and noticed that when looking at the screen from certain angles there is a red tint visible especially while a darker picture is being displayed. To be more precise - if I turn the laptop so that the screen is almost (85 degrees) perpendicular to my eyesight there is a red hue clearly visible to me BUT only while looking at 45 degrees from both upper screen corners perspective. I am 100% sure that this is something that did not occur on the previous device (and this display is supposed to be superior to it) and yes, all of the True Tone/Night Shift things are disabled. Before I go for a warranty claim I’d like to ask if there is anybody who might have noticed anything similar on their >2016 MBP devices?
+Ok, here’s a weird one. I’ve just switched to the laptop in question from 2015 13” rMBP and noticed that when looking at the screen from certain angles there is a red tint visible especially while a darker picture is being displayed. To be more precise - if I turn the laptop so that the screen is almost (85 degrees) perpendicular to my eyesight there is a red hue clearly visible to me BUT only while looking at 45 degrees from both upper screen corners perspective. I am 100% sure that this is something that did not occur on the previous device (and this display is supposed to be superior to it) and yes, all of the True Tone/Night Shift things are disabled. Before I go for a warranty claim I’d like to ask if there is anybody who might have noticed anything similar on their >=2016 MBP devices?
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+[image|2180930]

Dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 13" Two Thunderbolt Ports 2020

Estatus:

open

Aporte original por: Łukasz S ,

Título:

Red-tinted screen at certain angles

Texto:

Ok, here’s a weird one. I’ve just switched to the laptop in question from 2015 13” rMBP and noticed that when looking at the screen from certain angles there is a red tint visible especially while a darker picture is being displayed. To be more precise - if I turn the laptop so that the screen is almost (85 degrees) perpendicular to my eyesight there is a red hue clearly visible to me BUT only while looking at 45 degrees from both upper screen corners perspective. I am 100% sure that this is something that did not occur on the previous device (and this display is supposed to be superior to it) and yes, all of the True Tone/Night Shift things are disabled. Before I go for a warranty claim I’d like to ask if there is anybody who might have noticed anything similar on their >2016 MBP devices?

Dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 13" Two Thunderbolt Ports 2020

Estatus:

open