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Does your MacBook Pro Retina suffer from the halo effect? Find out how to get rid of it
The new and unpublished model of Apple computer, the Macbook Pro Retina, suffers from a well-known problem that affects the peculiarity of this model and that is the high resolution display. The problem now known as the "halo effect", was found by many users but not by all owners of MacBook Pro Retina perhaps because its existence will be noticed only by a very careful and scrupulous eye, here is a demonstration video:
[Youtube] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m1Y-b9B2hJc&feature=player_embedded [/ youtube]
The problem seems to occur more frequently on the first models of MacBook Pro Retina that mount an LG display, while the subsequent versions of MacBook Pro Retina mount a new Samsung display not afflicted by this type of problems. Owners of the previous model can go to an apple store and request the replacement of the display or the entire macbook.
How do you know which display model is installed on our MacBook Pro Retina?
We start the Mac OS X terminal, it is located in Applications -> Utility -> Terminal or type "Terminal" in Spotligth and type the following command:
ioreg -lw0 | grep EDID | sed / [^ <] * </ s /// | xxd -p -r | strings -6
the result will look like this:
Look at the middle row, if the first letters are LP then you have an LG display, if the first letters are LSN they are a Samsung display!
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