What is the official word on the yellow screen issue?

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  1. TH55

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    I just switched my 16 gb 4s for the 32 gb, and I immediately noticed the screen had a yellow tint and way less contrast. The image looks less bold and washed out, what should I do?
     
  2. GailLA

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    You can either give it a few weeks to see if it improves, or take it to the Genius Bar right away.
     
  3. TH55

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    I don't have to take it all the way there I will just exchange at the cell phone store
     
  4. rollinfromhell

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    Meh.. mines still yellow too and washed out. Looks nasty compared to my moms 16gb 4s.
     
  5. Europa

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    I've heard people call iPhones "sexy" many times before, but I think that's the first time I've heard someone say it looks "nasty."
     
  6. rollinfromhell

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    It looks like a ****roach crawled in and died inside all my pixels.
     
  7. Bennyboy

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    Mine is perfect, but I had a replacement sent to me by Apple that I returned back do to the rattle actually being louder than mine, and it was really yellow. Couldn't bare it.
     
  8. Europa

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    Yuck. I'd take that nasty thing back to Apple.
     
  9. rollinfromhell

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    Little nastay...
     
  10. GailLA

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    That'll work. Has anyone determined the cause? All I've heard is the glue theory. I had a replacement due to a bad camera, but both had nice screens.
     

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