iPhone X was released almost two weeks ago, and during that time, users have found many problems with it. Not all of them are significant, but some Apple will still need to be fixed in the next system update.
With the popularity and sales of iPhone X in the millions, it's no surprise that every little smartphone-related issue is reported in the media.
If you managed to buy iPhone X and encountered one of the problems, there is no need to be upset. It is most likely easy to solve. In this article, we will look at the most common iPhone X problems and show you how to solve them.
Green stripes on the display
Several users around the globe have complained about strange green lines appearing on their beautiful 5.8-inch Super Retina HD screens. The problem is in the OLED panel itself, so updating it cannot be solved. If you encounter it, contact your nearest service center and change your phone to a new one.
Screen does not respond to touch in cold weather
Many owners of iPhone X write that the screen stops responding for a couple of seconds to their touches on the street. The problem is common among users living in countries with cold climates, and is associated with sudden temperature changes.
Apple is already aware of the problem and is working on a solution in the next update iOS.
In the first week after iPhone X was released, many complained about various problems and errors related to device activation. The reason was the heavy load on the servers Apple due to the fact that too many people around the world tried to activate their new smartphones at the same time. The problem has now been resolved. If you are still unable to activate iPhone X, please contact support Apple or your operator.
Face ID doesn't work
For several owners iPhone X Face ID suddenly stops working from time to time. As many drop tests have shown, the Face ID module is very fragile and may stop working if dropped from a low height. So your iPhone X may not be physically affected by the fall, but its functionality may be impaired.
Yellowish screen tint
Some users report that their iPhone X screens have a yellowish tint. This warm tone of the display annoys new smartphone owners, and many blame it OLED – the panel.
As it turns 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 to reduce eye strain and improve readability. If you don't like the yellow tint either, you can always turn off the True Tone feature in Settings.