wha... feel like i gotta do screen calibration... on the other hand, print looked fine and it wont help with all the screens out there being different :(

(usually i check with a 2015 mbp if its also fine there, this time it checked with a m1 mba... it and also the iphone (which is much brighter wtf) shifted to green while my main screen shifts slightly to magenta)

lol the old mbp is much brighter too argh


wow, didnt realized this... 400 nits? the 12mini even does 625 ... shame on the youtube reviewers, this would have been important to know for me – but also shame on apple... an 7 year old 13'' mbp is currently outperforming this screen bloody hell

edit: but wait, apple lists only 300 nits for that old one... something else might be off... it's not the power management though
...what might i be missing here?

@milan Unter iOS hat die Einstellung für den Weißpunktabgleich dazu geführt, dass der Bildschirm unglaublich dunkel wirkte und ich ihn für defekt hielt. Die Einstellung hatte sich aktiviert, ohne dass ich mich daran erinnern kann. Vielleicht hat macOS eine ähnliche Einstellung?

@milan Entschuldige, ich meinte "Weißpunkt reduzieren". Aber wenn ich danach für macOS suche, finde ich nichts. Vermutlich gibt's das nur bei iOS. Satz mit X.

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