Apple has a new problem with owners of the super expensive iPhone X complaining of a green line appearing on their screen. However, in both cases, the iPhone X users reported that simply locking and unlocking the phone solves the issue.
The 6.1-inch model will allegedly have a lower resolution LCD display and a starting price range of $649 to $749.
Few Apple iPhone X users are reporting a odd green colour vertical strap on their Apple iPhone X (permanent). Apple has found that there is a software bug that's causing the issue and is working on a fix via a software update which will be arriving soon, most probably in iOS 11.2, which is now in beta testing stage.
"I love everything about the iPhone X". Having had my iPhone X for less than 24 hours, here are my first impressions of the phone that could very well usher in a new generation of mobile technology. One user reported noticing a crackling when playing something at "near max volume or when putting people on speakerphone". Apple hasn't officially said anything about this issue and expected to receive an official comment from the same.
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It's no surprise that Apple will release new models next year, but it is surprising to have this information so early after the iPhone X being released.
Several reports of the iPhone X issues with cold weather popped up on forums such as Reddit over the weekend, where some user reports were quite specific. "EXCEPT the Horrendous sound Quality/Speaker issues - Crackling/Sound with WAY too much Treble". And when some users proved the issue to them by playing some sound right at the Apple Store, they called it a software issue and told them to wait for the next update.
"The three new devices are set to include a 6.5" OLED model, a 5.8" OLED model, and a 6.1" TFT-LCD model. Kuo's predictions also seem to confirm what many have suspected: the death of Touch ID is coming in 2018-at least at the top of Apple's line.