Apple's M1 iPad Pro has been spotted with a 12.9-inch green screen

Starting May 21, customers will be able to buy the new iMac and the M1-powered iPadPro at Apple's retail stores and authorized resellers around the world. Customers who have already placed orders for the new products will begin receiving them this Friday.

The iPadPro is powered by a powerful Apple-designed M1 chip, officials said, making it a new high in speed. The new Liquid Retina XDR display brings the ultimate dynamic range to the iPad, delivering an amazing visual experience with even more realistic details for performance-demanding HDR workflows. 5G cellular models offer faster wireless connections on the go; Support for Rayli technology has created a wide variety of high-performance accessories ecosystem; The new ultra-wide-angle front-facing camera also features a "person center" feature that automatically keeps the user in the ideal position in the frame, bringing a new experience to video calling.

The 12.9-inch iPadPro2021 uses more than 10,000 LEDs on the entire back of the display, with full screen brightness up to 1,000 nits, peak brightness up to 1,600 nits, and a contrast ratio of 1,000:1. The Liquid Retina XDR display supports PROMOTION, original color display and P3 wide color gamut.

However, some netizens reported that after receiving their new 12.9-inch iPadPro, they found green edges around the screen. In addition to around the border, green screens may appear elsewhere on the screen.

In the backlight supply chain of 12.9-inch iPadPro2021, Jingan Electric is the supplier of Miniled chip, and South Korea HeesungElectronics and LGD (LGD Display Company, LGDisplay) are the supplier of backlight module and panel. Zhending, a Hon Hai unit with close ties to Apple, and YPElectronics, a South Korean manufacturer, are PCB-backed suppliers.

Previously, Apple supplier TSMT (TSMT) was a key supplier involved in the production of the Mini-LED display in the newly released 12.9-inch iPadPro, working to solve the technical challenges of the Mini-LED display production.

The green edge may be caused by the feature of the downward-facing backlight panel, or it may be due to assembly problems. The halo problem is that Apple still uses the Localdimming policy on the small screen, which results in a BloomingEffect. Currently, these two problems cannot be solved by software updates. If you are not comfortable with this, you can make a return request to the place of purchase within 14 days.