Some models of Apple iPads are experiencing burn-in or “ghosting” on the screen soon after beginning to use the device, compromising users’ viewing experience in breach of the implied warranty of merchantability.

Some customers report their Apple iPads quickly developed “ghosting” or “burn-in,” where previous images remain partially visible on the screen, substantially compromising the viewing experience.

Apple appears to be replacing devices in warranty, but some customers report experiencing the exact same issue with multiple replacement devices.

Affected models include the  the iPad Air 2 (2014), the iPad Pro 2016, iPad Pro 2017, the iPad Air 3 (2019) and the iPad Air 5 (2022)

 Apple faced a similar lawsuit in February 2022 for a display issue in its iPad Mini 6.

Apple’s product warranty purports to cover their products for 1 year, and does not include any arbitration or class action waiver provisions. 

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