I noticed the iPhone 12 mini display looks off the moment I had it last year. So I got an express replacement and to my surprise there's no difference. I went Walmart and at maximum brightness can't notice too much difference between all iPhone 12 models. I contacted Apple multiple times and "the only suggestion we have for you is to wait software update" I was told this from November last year until this very moment. Okay so I bought a colorimeter to measure the white. Remember the perfect white should be R:G:B=50:50:50.
(Yes I bought the colorimeter because I'm mad, mad at Apple)
So here's my perfect iPhone XS display, an OLED at minimum brightness.
And here's terrible 12 mini one
Here's iPad Pro 2018, an IPS
I also have measurements at maximum brightness in the attachments too, if you wondering what's the maximum brightness of those devices.
edit：they can't see it so here we goes
12 mini maximum brightness
Xs maximum brightness
iPad Pro maximum brightness
Stop false claim I'm nitpicking at minimum brightness which nobody uses. 1. I don't believe I'm the only one in the world that uses minimum brightness in the dark in bed 2. it's simply false to claim I can only see the difference at minimum brightness I never said that. It's a constant green cast across all brightness range.
So I moved the pictures in the middle.
See how both Xs/ iPad (OLED/IPS) have almost perfect white while the 12 mini's green just stretched out too much? ANNNNND, I don't believe it's a single 12 mini
Here's two 12 mini, the middle one is Xs, picture taken on the iPad
I have contacted Apple many times from last year to this year. I got an an express replacement (one of the minis in above picture) under Apple Care, took 2 stupid months, thousands of calls wasted countless hours explain the same thing again and again. to get Apple release the hold on my card after they receive the original phone, but that's another story.) (Oh and the stupid iPhone they gave me is locked but what I bought is unlocked, all Apple said is it's up to my carrier to unlock it, which, my carrier never lock any phone and they only sell unlocked phones. Spent 2 hours every damn day talking to Apple, carrier for 2 stupid weeks and I had to live with it, that's another another damn story)
Just forget whatever happened, this is what I got every time when I tried to get my display fixed.
No work schedule as a trillion dollar company , need another year of work to fix it probably.
Again, it's just not the quality I expect from Apple. I wish Linus or any influencer would even just mention it. This issue already got 6k replies on MacRumors forums, they write nothing about it, but I'm still glad they let the post alive. I member says that his 12 Pro Max is much better than my mini. I think there's a lot can be discussed in a video. If Linus decides to do a video and can't find a 12 mini that terrible, I can mail my mini to him) So weird that no one besides some customers talked about it.
I made a complaint on Apple support forums too https://discussions.apple.com/thread/252302131
Here's the link to the 6k replies post on Macrumors http:// https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/yellow-screen-tint-display-seem-warm-check-here-first.2262691/
i heard they used to get sent to china to be turned into some other product. But a few years ago china stopped taking the worlds trash so a lot of recyclable plastic ended up in the land fill. Only glass and metals are properly recyclable and good for the environment. We've been using glass and metal for thousands of years.
In what country and, in certain countries, what area of the country? Recycling is NOT handled the same in every country around the world and e.g. different states may handle it differently. You should also specify what kind of plastic we are talking about, since even that can be separated into multiple categories.
So, my computer used to turn itself off at random when I was using it.
Replaced the cooler to a NH-D15 chromax.black and it still had temps in the 90s.
Turns out that the motherboard had starting giving the CPU wayy to much voltage for the clockspeed it was running at. I set it at a constant voltage and temps were in the 60s and it stopped turning off.
This was on a 6700k