iPad mini teardown sheds new light on “jelly scrolling” controversy
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iPad mini teardown sheds new light on “jelly scrolling” controversy

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iFixit’s 2021 iPad mini teardown.

A new teardown of Apple’s latest iPad mini by iFixit found a clue that may explain the “jelly scrolling” effect that some of the tablet’s users have complained about.

In case you missed our past coverage on the subject, some iPad mini users noticed a subtle, stagger-like disconnect between the right and left sides of the screen when scrolling through content. Some people see it right away, others have to have it pointed out to them, and others still don’t notice even when told.

After we wrote about it, Apple commented on the story to us saying that the effect is expected. From our coverage:

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