Apple can't fix iPad mini 6 jelly screen problem yet

Apple has responded to complaints from iPad mini 6 users about quality issues with the tablet, which just went on sale last week. The Cupertino-based company said it is still investigating the situation and cannot yet say exactly what is causing the problem and when the situation will be corrected.

Over the weekend, representatives from the Council for Science and Technology Innovation of China have already confirmed that the Apple iPad mini 6 has an obvious "jelly screen" problem when placed vertically.

Earlier, Apple gave an official response to information about strange artifacts that appear in the pictures taken with the iPhone 13 camera. Support service has not yet recorded a single call or message, which would say something like that.

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