– iPhone X went on sale on Friday last week.
– Apple has just confirmed that there is a problem with the screen.
– There is an issue with the OLED.
There were queues at Apple stores around the world as a lot of people tried to get their hands on the tenth anniversary handset, iPhone X which went on sale on Friday last week.
Now, Apple has admitted that those who were lucky to get the iPhone which is their most expensive and most breakable phone ever have a new issue to contend with.
According to them, there are issues with the screen of the iPhone as it has slight shifts in color and hue, the OLED displays also show slight visual changes which includes image burn-in where the display shows a faint remnant of an image even after another image appears on the screen.
It should be noted that they are also issues experienced by the owners of Google’s Pixel 2 XL smartphone, (but it should be noted that the Pixel 2 XL has the additional problem of poor color calibration on the screen).
It is unusual for Apple and Google to experience these problems since it is an issue other manufacturers have tried hard to avoid and although Apple has calibrated the screen, the display suffers from the loss of accurate colors when you look at it from the side, and the potential for bright images to be burned into the screen.
Although the flaws are not going to affect the iPhone, due to the amount a lot of people are paying for it, it is expected that there should be no issues with it.