iPhone X came out almost two weeks ago, and during this time, users found it a lot of problems. Not all of them are significant, but some Apple still needs to fix it in the next system update. Given the popularity and millionth sale of the iPhone X, it’s no wonder that every small issue associated with a smartphone is reported by the media.
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Below Are Common iPhone X Problems
Green bars on the display
Several users from around the globe complain that on the beautiful 5.8-inch Super Retina HD screens of their devices appeared incomprehensible green lines. The problem is in the OLED panel itself, so it can not be solved by updating it. If you encounter it, contact the nearest service center and change the phone to a new one.
Screen does not respond to touch in cold weather
Many owners of iPhone X write that the screen for a couple of seconds stops responding to their touch on the street. The problem is common among users living in countries with a cold climate and is associated with a sharp temperature drop.
Apple is already aware of the problem and is working on its solution in the next update of iOS.
Problems with activation
In the first week after the release of the iPhone X, many complained about various problems and errors associated with the activation of the device. The reason was a big load on Apple’s servers due to the fact that too many people around the world tried to activate their new smartphones simultaneously. Now the problem is solved. If you still can not activate iPhone X, contact Apple Support or your operator.
Face ID does not work
Several iPhone X owners occasionally suddenly stop working Face ID. As shown by a lot of drop tests, the Face ID module is very fragile and can stop working because of a drop from a small height. So your iPhone X cannot suffer from falling physically, but its functionality may be compromised.
Yellowish shade of the screen
Some users report that the screens of their iPhone X have a yellowish tinge. This warm tone of the display annoys the owners of new smartphones, and many blamed the OLED panel for it.
iPhone X Problems
As it turned out, the reason for this is the True Tone feature, which first appeared on the 9.7-inch iPad Pro. When it is turned on, the smartphone display automatically changes the temperature depending on the lighting. This helps reduce eye strain and improve readability. If you also do not like the yellow tint, you can always turn off the True Tone function in Settings.