IPhone X screen can become unresponsive in cold weather

Just a couple days ago users reported that their iPhone X's display would not work in colder temperatures.

According to one Twitter user, who first experienced the issue earlier this week, the green line is ever-present and does not go away even when the device is restarted.

"We are aware of instances where the iPhone X screen will become temporarily unresponsive to touch after a rapid change to a cold environment". This will be addressed in an upcoming software update.

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Moving on, the iPhone X sports a new TrueDepth Camera, which the company claims is used to map user's face and unlock it using FaceID. Yet another user encountered the same problem at -14°C. This is likely due to issues with the manufacturing process required to get the stainless-steel band to match the color of the gold-colored back, so there's good reason for Apple to have not released a gold iPhone X.

Apple's problems with the X may not end there. One user says the issue is so bad for him that the cracking occurs even around 50 percent volume. While the issue does seem to be limited, a few iPhone X owners have shared images of a green line appearing on the side of the OLED display.

On top of this, other iPhone X users have found that the screen suffers with a green line appearing at the side of the display. We'll update readers should Apple officially respond to the situation.

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While Apple has been reportedly replacing all affected units free of charge, several consumers complained on Twitter about receiving slow or lackluster service.

Longer term, it makes sense for Apple to invest in improving its OLED displays, as the nature of the technology should allow Apple to ultimately deliver experiences that'd be hard to do with traditional LCDs (such as high-refresh rate displays and potentially curved displays).

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