These are the iPhone X's three most common problems

Steve Phelps
November 14, 2017

All of the aforementioned devices are not going to sport any bezels and will be taking design cues from the iPhone X. While their official model names will only be leaked in the future, this is going to be a terrific development if it turns out to be true.

Apple never discloses iPhone sales on a model-by-model basis but chief executive Tim Cook said that the iPhone 8 has "gotten off to the fastest start of any Plus model", which has come as a "bit of a surprise" to the company. The 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch flavors could finally be replaced with a 6.1-inch LCD model.

Kuo said the two largest iPhones, the 6.5-inch and a slightly smaller 5.8-inch model, will use OLED screen technology that's similar to what's in the iPhone X. The OLED panel is one reason the iPhone X is more expensive than the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. Apple has found that there is a software bug that's causing the issue and is working on a fix via a software update which will be arriving soon, most probably in iOS 11.2, which is now in beta testing stage.

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MacRumors reports that at least 25 iPhone X users have reported the same green line issue on various forums. The problem persists when users tries any kind of audio playback at high volume, be it for phone calls, music, videos, alarms and ringtone. "I even got my phone replaced yesterday, but the new unit has the same issue". Users have also noted that rebooting the phone does not fix the issue. Apple has confirmed this issue and says it will address it in a software update. Exactly how a software update will tackle this issue remains to be seen as a problem with the screen freezing suggests it may be a hardware fault instead.

A user on Twitter wrote: "Green line of death", with a skull emoji. The smartphone also offers a new all-glass unibody construction with wireless charging capability.

Meanwhile other news reports claim that you can beat Apple's Face ID system by wearing an elaborate mask.

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