Apple chasing colors again, Green Glow iPhone 5 display issue surfaces
If you could see the smirk on my face right now you’d swear I took a trip to Foxconn to screw up the iPhone 5 production cycle myself. Yet another reported issue, bug, annoyance, or what ever you’d like to call it hinders the iPhone 5. Hinder, now that’s an irrelevant word at this point, the iPhone 5 seems to be flying off the shelves even faster than they can stock them, so perhaps hinder isn’t the best word to use here.
None the less, Cnet picked up on a growing mumbling in the iPhone 5 community complaining about a green glow on the display. The issue has been recorded across many forum posts like iMore and even Apple support forums. As of now, Apple has not responded to the issue, probably because the moaning and groaning is still in the early stages, but users with the issue report they just stopped by their local Apple store and had the device swapped out.
Issues like this further my thoughts on the iPhone 5 being rushed. Has Apple’s entire quality assurance team gone on vacation for this product cycle?
So did Samsung make these displays too? Purple, green, whatever. Good strategy actually. Send out I calibrated displays to all your OEM customers.
Makes you wonder how many workers have peed in the third party bottles of water you are drinking right now. Just sayin
Bah! there’s no issue. Obviously people are looking at it wrong… while holding it wrong… in the wrong light… at the wrong time of day.
I mean… duh, obviously!
Obviously this leads me to the only reasonable conclusion. Apple you must make an excellent, if overpriced, set of iGlasses to relieve people from having to worry about all these pesky issues the iPhone 5 has been having.