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Apple looking to reduce display "jelly scrolling" effect on next iPad mini

Apple looking to reduce display "jelly scrolling" effect on next iPad mini

Apple says the "jelly scroll" effect on the iPad mini 6 is a normal behaviour for LCD displays.

Apple might reduce the "jelly scrolling" effect on the next iPad mini with a design change.

Weibo tipster Instant Digital claims that Apple would rotate the iPad mini's screen assembly to reduce the "jelly scrolling" effect.

The tipster added that the new iPad mini will run on the A16 Bionic chip and have upgrades to the front-facing camera.

If you recall, some users experienced subtle scrolling issues on the iPad mini 6 due to different refresh rates which led to one side of the display showing text or images that look tilted downwards.

Apple issued an official statement and said it is a normal behaviour of LCD displays where there is a slight delay in refresh times between the lines at the top and bottom of the screen.

Several reports have suggested that the next iPad mini could be launched later this year.The last iPad mini was launched in September 2021.

Source: Instant Digital via MacRumors

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