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OT: Multitouch issue - random notes being played.
Hi folks. Just picked up a brand new iPad mini Retina today (from Staples). I noticed something odd. If I use multitouch - e.g. playing multiple notes in Animoog, sometimes I will get random notes played. I.e. if, say, I hold a bass note down with one finger and then play a melody with another finger, sometimes random other notes will get triggered. I've tried it in a couple of apps - same issue. It's very random and hard to repeat, but when it does happen it's obviously completely messing things up.
I thought at first it might be cMemory (which was only showing the scan button when I restored it and appears to have disappeared from the app store anyway) so I deleted it. Thought the problem had gone away - but it resurfaced.
I then wondered whether it was happening only when the power cord is connected - because it seemed to occur then and I haven't noticed it with it disconnected. That would be odd but I haven't been able to repeat it with it running on battery (yet at least).
I did capture some video of it happening which I'll gladly post if it helps figure out what's up.
I have reset the device - in both ways - just holding the power button down and sliding off, as well as home+power.
I have removed the case it was in - same issue. (Wondering about electrostatic interference etc.)
No - I do not have multitouch gestures on - one of the first things I turn off on an iPad.
I may have a faulty digitizer of course.
I'm hoping it's not faulty hardware but I'm leaning towards that. Only picked it up today so it'd be a warranty replacement I would assume. If I did end up doing that - would my best bet be to take it to an Apple store or back to the retailer. Thoughts? My nearest Apple store is over an hour's drive away - so not my first choice :-/
Anyhow - has anyone else ever experienced this? Is it a known problem / design fault / hardware issue on some models sometimes?
Glad of any suggestions.