According to BGR, Apple’s policy on the acceptable number of dead pixels was recently updated. The policy guide, seen below, is used as a reference for Apple’s Mac Geniuses when addressing product display problems and whether or not to replace or repair the affected product.
As seen in the table below, there are a number of acceptable pixel anomalies for each product LCD screen size.
As noted in the table, an iPad can have up to three pixel problems before a repair or replacement is decided, however an iPhone is to be repaired or replacement with even one pixel problem!
Also worth noting, MacBook and MacBook Pro/Air models can have a combination of up to seven bright/dark pixel problems before the eighth problem issues a repair or replacement.
So, if you’re having pixel problems with your iPad, it’s time to get it checked out!
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