Some iPhone X Owners Are Seeing Green Lines On Their Displays

Monday, 13 Nov, 2017

The iPhone X uses a diamond subpixel pattern which has the green subpixels appear in lines. Different damage results such as dent on the bottom, cracked OLED screens, unresponsive front OLED screens, facial recognition (FaceID) technology not working, scratches were noticed during the breakability tests. It literally takes 2 seconds from going inside to the cold outdoors and my screen stops being very responsive.

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Looks like the Google Pixel and LG V30 aren't the only flagships in town having display issues. Might be different colors/sizes of iPhones that were affected.

We've got one of our first indications of iPhone 8 sales - and they're not spectacular. We haven't heard back yet, but we'll update this story once we do. Today we've found out that some iPhone X users are experiencing their screens freezing in cold weather. The company cautions that trying to use one of its gadgets outside that temperature range might "cause the device to change its behaviour".

Some of the X owners say they restarted and even restored their devices to no avail - the pesky green bar remains on the screen no matter what.

It isn't uncommon for new software updates to have glitches and multiple versions before the update is finalized.

Store the device where the temperature is between -20º and 45º C (-4º to 113º F).

While it isn't exactly a green screen of death, it is still another issue that Apple hadn't planned on. Best case scenario, both problems are resolved through software updates. With the launch of the iPhone X, it now has five tiers of iPhone and delivers iOS at more price bands than ever before.