Some iPhone X displays have 'nasty green line' problems

Some iPhone X displays have 'nasty green line' problems

Some iPhone X displays have 'nasty green line' problems

So it stands to reason that Apple's 2018 lineup could pull its design cues nearly entirely from the iPhone X, just bigger. Specifically, KGI expects Apple to introduce two new iPhone display sizes next year with a mix of OLED and LCD screens.

Separately, some other iPhone X users have reported that the phone's earpiece speaker is giving off a crackling or buzzing sound, according a report by 9to5Mac.

The crackling occurs during all kinds of playback, including music, though many reports have said its especially bad during phone calls at maximum volume.

It looks like the iPhone X may be experiencing some problems. Users have taken to Twitter and Reddit to complain about the sound issue on their devices.

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Like previously, some iPhone X users were reporting that they are seeing a mysterious green line on the edge of their display.

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The iPhone X's popularity is likely tied as much to its new design as the extras inside the case, such as the camera, Animojis and selfie portrait mode. Apple, however, had already acknowledged the unresponsive screen issue and promised a software update to resolve this. 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. As Apple is known for providing solutions quickly to its customers, we hope the company would address this issue soon.

Considering the fact that the iPhone X has a glass cover on both the back and the front, it's a slippery device and has a high chance of slipping out of the hand.

Apple appears to be replacing handsets that are returned to its stores and are found to have problems, but that's probably not a whole lot of comfort to anyone that just handed over £999 or more for a new phone.

And then, there's Face ID.

Our advice to prospective iPhone X buyers is simple: Get the screen guard along with the shell cover during purchase of the device.

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