[Update: Apple responds] iPad Mini 6 owners report experiencing the infamous jelly scrolling effect

Update (09/29/2021 @ 03:59 ET): Apple has provided an official statement on the iPad Mini 6’s jelly scroll issue. Scroll to the bottom for more information. The article as published on September 27, 2021, is preserved below.

Apple’s new iPad Mini 6 has received rave reviews, with most reviewers praising its modern design, portability, and powerful performance. However, it looks like some owners aren’t impressed with the scrolling experience on the tablet.
Several iPad Mini 6 users (via 9to5Google), including The Verge’s Dieter Bohn, have reported a display glitch where one side of the display appears to move faster than the other, resulting in what is commonly referred to as a “jelly scrolling” effect. The glitch is only noticeable when using the iPad Mini 6 in portrait mode and scrolling through something text-heavy such as a webpage. The effect goes away when using the tablet in landscape orientation.
It’s a bit tough to explain the jelly effect through words, but you can clearly…

Written By: Kishan Vyas
Original Article: https://www.xda-developers.com/ipad-mini-jelly-scrolling-issues/

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