TS1702 Touchscreen stops responding on fast movements

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Hi guys,
I'm using the latest IPad and I am very happy with the device ) But I noticed a strange behavior: When I'm moving my finger very fast on the screen it sometimes "loses" contact - as if my finger (still on the screen) would not be there on screen anymore. Another touch with the same finger and tadaa, it continues to respond.
For example: When using a painting app and I move my finger very fast from one side of the screen to another side the line I painted only follows half of the way. Or if I'm moving on the home screen very fast from one side to another the screen suddenly stops and does not react on my finger anymore.
I already rebooted (sleep + home button), but it changed nothing. And it only happens when moved very fast.
Question: Is this a normal behavior and based on technical circumstances? Or is my device simply... uhm.... "broken"? Hope someone can help me
Ama
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Sounds like you have VoiceOver (one of the accessibility features) 'on' - if you turn the volume up do you get a voice saying what you are tapping ? If you do then try triple-clicking the home button and see if that turns it off, and if it does you can then change what a triple-click does via Settings > General > Accessibility > Triple-Click Home.
If that doesn't turn it off then you can either turn it off directly on the iPad (you need to use a tap-to-select and then double-tap to activate/type process and 3 fingered scrolling) to go into Settings > General > Accessibility and turn VoiceOver 'off', or you can do it by connecting to your computer's iTunes : http://support.apple.com/kb/HT4064