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-Those people who have an iPad with '''Tap to wake''' feature, try disabling that. That’s the only “fix” that worked for me. And yes, I’ve tried all kinds of fixes and workarounds, all no luck but this.
+Those people who have an iPad with '''Tap to wake''' feature, try disabling that and restart. That’s the only “fix” that worked for me. And yes, I’ve tried all kinds of fixes and workarounds, all no luck but this.
Credit to the guy who came up with the idea:
'''Danz91''' - https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/growing-number-of-ipad-pro-owners-complain-of-screen-stuttering-issues.2176245/page-15
Now, that being said. Based on this fix’s theory, I think it’s a mix of software and hardware issue.
I could imagine when tap to wake is On, the digitizer would be constantly waiting for a tap even when iPad is On, overlapping with normal usage, which could cause a conflict on the software side, could be a bug that affects the iPad pro even without this feature.
As for hardware, the feature might also generate more electrical interferes as a side effect, and due to the nature of how capacitive touch screen can be jammed by high voltage, in this case static electricity, there could be something of that as well. Restart seems to temporary fixing the issue, probably getting rid of the positive charge on the display, but building up again after some usage. Another evidence of that is I experienced this issue a lot worse when I use the iPad pro while it’s charging.

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原帖由: Alexander Xing ,

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Those people who have an iPad with '''Tap to wake''' feature, try disabling that. That’s the only “fix” that worked for me. And yes, I’ve tried all kinds of fixes and workarounds, all no luck but this.

Credit to the guy who came up with the idea:

'''Danz91''' - https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/growing-number-of-ipad-pro-owners-complain-of-screen-stuttering-issues.2176245/page-15

Now, that being said. Based on this fix’s theory, I think it’s a mix of software and hardware issue.

I could imagine when tap to wake is On, the digitizer would be constantly waiting for a tap even when iPad is On, overlapping with normal usage, which could cause a conflict on the software side, could be a bug that affects the iPad pro even without this feature.

As for hardware, the feature might also generate more electrical interferes as a side effect, and due to the nature of how capacitive touch screen can be jammed by high voltage, in this case static electricity, there could be something of that as well. Restart seems to temporary fixing the issue, probably getting rid of the positive charge on the display, but building up again after some usage. Another evidence of that is I experienced this issue a lot worse when I use the iPad pro while it’s charging.

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