Few Apple iPhone X users around the world are reporting a new issue on their $1000 (₹89,000) rupees smartphone and the users are not happy about this. According to reports, users are reporting a strange permanent green line on their display, which doesn’t disappear even when the users restart the smartphone.
As a matter of fact, Samsung users also reported similar display problem on their Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+. As the Apple iPhone X’s display is manufactured by Samsung, this might be a serious hardware problem which cannot be fixed permanently via software updates. Many users have shared their concern about this defect on social media platforms like Twitter, Facebook, and Apple official forums. The users are calling it as “Green Line of Death”.
According to users on Reddit, the company is replacing the damaged units with the newer phone, so, if you have an iPhone X with the similar problem head towards the authorized service center to replace the faulty device. Apple hasn’t officially said anything about this issue and expected to receive an official comment from the same.
If you haven’t heard about the Apple iPhone X, which is the tenth-anniversary smartphone from Apple, which offers a 5.7-inch QHD+ OLED display with the bezel-less design. The smartphone also offers a new all-glass unibody construction with wireless charging capability. This model is powered by Apple’s latest A11 Bionic Processor with 3 GB LPDDR4x RAM and 64 GB or 256 GB onboard flash storage. In terms of connectivity, the device offers a 4G LTE and VoLte capability on the single SIM slot with support for all the band’s worldwide.
In terms of optics, for the first time, Apple uses a dual 12 MP cameras with dual tone quad LED flash with 4K video recording capability up to 60 frames per second and slow motion 240 frames per seconds 1080p resolution. Along with these features, the smartphone also offers portrait mode and portrait lightening with support for Animoji. Apple has also introduced a new Face ID technology, which replaces the conventional Touch ID, which is found on the Apple iPhone 5S to Apple iPhone 8 Plus.