The answer to the glowing battery

Fred87nc

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My fear, and the reason that i write to you, is that Apple released the better LCD screens first, and now switched to a much lower quality.

I know for a fact that the screens are from different manufacturers.

If i put my phone in Field Test Mode ( by calling *3001#12345#* from the iPhone) i get two different
LCD panel IDs:

mine (the problematic one) : 7455232
my girfriend's (nice and sharp) :5755136


Yay Good news for early adopters! I got the nice and sharp model. 5755136!:cool:
 

mlass

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I wonder when the came out with 7455232.

Any one have a 7455232?
 

xoulo

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OMG. thank God i have the 5# . first i was a lil nervous calling the number.
thanks for the info by the way
 

tamakin

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I have the 745544 LCD model.. I see the white dots all over that he's talking about... but it doesn't bother me
 

xoulo

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and i thought getting the iPhone on the first day was stupid. LOL
but this time i guess getting this iPhone product first is better than second
 

Britna

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I have the 7455232 and I don't see white dots anywhere... LOL
 

mlass

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and i thought getting the iPhone on the first day was stupid. LOL
but this time i guess getting this iPhone product first is better than second
Was never a Fan of Sloppy Seconds.....

Now I wonder if any other issues could be related to 2 different phones.
 

tamakin

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who knows... I'm happy with my sloppy seconds, an iPhone is an iPhone
 

stiphone

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mine's the 5#. I'm glad I bought it first. But I don't think it matters much unless you're looking really close at it. Doubt anyone does that but if u do, my advice is not to stare too long at the screen or your eyes might go bad!:laugh2:
 

alexster

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i have the 7#... i do see white dots... barely

but haven't had problems at all. should i be worried?
 

spacerog

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Yay Good news for early adopters! I got the nice and sharp model. 5755136!:cool:
Why do we have two threads on the same topic?

I have the 7455232 screen. I bought it on Day one so the screens are probably well mixed. I see the white dots but so what? I really have to look to see them and the screen looks fine otherwise.

Damn, people stop trying to find problems where there aren't any.

- SR
 

lensey543

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I got the 7455232 LCD model and i got mine on iday. I see the white dots but its not really noticeable
 

flavius

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I don't see any white dots - where would they be?
 
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Why do we have two threads on the same topic?

I have the 7455232 screen. I bought it on Day one so the screens are probably well mixed. I see the white dots but so what? I really have to look to see them and the screen looks fine otherwise.

Damn, people stop trying to find problems where there aren't any.

- SR
I dunno -- my iPhone is emanating an evil aura. I wonder if Apple will exchange it for me...