Some new iPad mini purchasers aren’t experiencing the insignificant tablet’s new screen as much as they’d like. 9to5Macreports that users( includingThe Verge’s Dieter Bohn) “ve noticed” a “jelly scrolling” effect where one side of the screen scrolls at a different pace than the other, generate a wobble occasionally palpable in description goal. The accomplish is harder to spot if you tilt the iPad to a scenery direction, but that’s not much consolation if you like to read websites and social feeds
We’ve asked Apple if it can comment on the jelly impression. It’s unclear if the quirk is linked to hardware( such as the screen itself or a spectacle controller) or can be addressed through software. We’ll let you know if we have a chance to replicate the issue.
This won’t definitely hurt functionality, extremely if you tend to use the iPad mini in landscape procedure or idea content that doesn’t render the effects. It’s also uncertain just how widespread the issue really is. With that said, you probably won’t be thrilled if you notice this jiggle on Apple’s small-but-premium slate.