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That dead pixel at Apple's Ipad Annoucement Oct 2013

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Atomic Wanderer Chicken    1,585

I was watching a clip of Apple's unveiling event of it's new line of Ipads, and noticed a dead pixel on their presentation screen. Its quite ironic that there was dead pixel on Apple's presentation display while the new retina Ipad mini was being presented. Could be a bad sign for what's to come?

 

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Som    356

your reaching....

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Lord Method Man    1,613

Dead Pixels are a revolutionary feature that Apple invented.

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Nagisan    248

Aren't dead pixels black and stuck pixels white? If that's the case, then this would be a stuck pixel, not a dead pixel....though I doubt it's either.

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episode    568

Dust on the projector lens. Thats not a display, its a screen.

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Buzz99    9

Ohhh, it's Steve !!!

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TAZMINATOR    11,911

Dust on the projector lens. Thats not a display, its a screen.

 

Right... same to the DSLR...  dust on the lens... you noticed the dots in the photos.

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Astra.Xtreme    2,090

I fail to see the irony in any of this...

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xendrome    4,378

nothing_to_see_here.jpg

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Shadrack    601

Resolutionary.

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RatherLargeBear    179

Epic Fowl!

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Buttus    884

great, nowthey can sue the projector companies if they get stuck pixels!   they better ramp up their QC!

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shockz    2,954

They're showing it wrong? Oh wait, I forgot that joke stopped being funny years ago.

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SiCKX    373

Attempted Samsung sabotage ends up as a new trend set by Apple. Behold iPhone6SP and iPad AirSP. (StuckPixel? technology)

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Arachno 1D    7,991

It not a dead pixel it a web bug

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SMELTN    142

lol really? Its not even on the screen at all its on the camera!! Watch the video in full screen all the way to around 1:20 mark the "dead pixel" moves when the camera moves all the way on Phil's shirt, and there are multiple ones!! Its dust on the lense looks like

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link6155    595

Might be a stuck pixel and not a dead pixel, either way, it's a fail.

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xWhiplash    351

Either way, it does not matter.  They will not cancel an entire event because of a dead or stuck pixel or dust on lens.  And I am sure you do not want to see somebody clean it during the presentation.

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perochan    149

OP failed to bash apple.

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Xerino    324

Really??

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Obry    273

I can't believe I actually clicked on this thread but since I did, here's a pointless comment to go with it...

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Growled    3,880

Steve Jobs is rolling over in his grave.

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Marshall    15,353

Doesn't look much like a dead pixel to me...

 

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It almost resembles a troll. :P

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