Just like CRT’s which encounter burn-in, LCD’s also encounter image persistence. Unlike the electron beam burning the phosphor of the screen’s coating in a CRT. The liquid crystals in the panels sandwich can loose their elasticity returning back to their neutral position.
Brightness and heat tend to aggravate this when you have a static image which stresses the crystals.
As to this being a common occurrence within this series of MacBook Pro’s So far there just isn’t. The larger 27” displays tend to have a bigger issue with this across all makes of displays.
There are a few things you can do to improve things. First alter your background from an image to a solid color, ideally a mid grey. Next there are a few programs which can exercise the crystals within the panel, while the extreme damage won’t be corrected, minor damage does seem to get better.
Avoiding image persistence on Apple displays
Questa risposta è stata utile?