Apple’s Upcoming iPad Mini 7 to Address ‘Jelly Scrolling’ Issue and Offer Camera Upgrade
Redesign in Assembly Process Expected to Mitigate 'Jelly Scrolling' Effect on iPad Mini 7
If you’re a proud owner of an iPad mini 6, you’re probably well acquainted with the phenomenon known as ‘jelly scrolling,’ which causes text and images to appear slanted due to varying refresh rates. The good news is that Apple is reportedly taking steps to rectify this issue in the forthcoming iPad mini 7.
The information comes from a reliable tipster known as Instant Digital, who shared insights on the Chinese social media platform Weibo (via MacRumors). According to the tipster, changes in the assembly process of the iPad mini 7’s screen will reduce the visibility of the ‘jelly scrolling’ effect.