Apple Inc. at last, affirms display issues with iPhone X units. The declaration went ahead on Friday after the iPhone X was discontinued in September following the dispatch of the iPhone XS and XR. The iPhone X was launched a year ago and reports of display issues sprung up a couple of months back, yet Apple did not react at the time. Furthermore, Apple has likewise conceded that some 13-inch MacBook Pro models have “an issue that may result in data loss and failure of the drive.”
The California based giant affirms that the screen on some iPhone X units does not react to touch or reacts irregularly when contacted additionally, further adding that iPhone X users who have been confronting this issue will be helped to at whatever point they will visit an Apple Store or Apple Authorised Service Providers to get a screen substitution free of expense.
Apple confirmed that a set number of 13-inch non TouchBar MacBook Pros that were sold between June 2017 and June 2018 may experience the ill effects of data loss or failure and has reported a repair program for the influenced gadgets with 128GB and 256GB of solid-state drives. The company will likewise email users who have enrolled their devices with Apple to educate them more about the program.
Apple has set aside its opportunity to respond towards the touchscreen issue on the iPhone X. Starting now, it appears as if the issue is constrained to last year’s model and not the new iPhone XS and XR. That being stated, the most recent iPhones have likewise observed a couple of issues since dispatch, such as not charging when the Lightning cable is connected and the selfie camera “Beautygate” issue, the two of which have been discreetly settled by Apple through the software update.