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Tech & Science iPhone X doesn’t like the cold but Apple’s working on it

21:10  10 november  2017
21:10  10 november  2017 Source:

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Many iPhone X users have reported their screens not working in cold weather. Don' t panic, Apple claims it will be fixed soon. iPhone X screen not responsive in the cold from iphone .

a bed covered in snow © Provided by The Next Web Those who were lucky enough to get there hands on the new iPhone X might be a tad disappointed to find out their screens might not work properly in cold temperatures. Luckily, this ‘bug’ only appears in a handful of devices, and Apple assures us the problem will be fixed in an upcoming update.

The problem was raised this week as users turned to reddit and MacRumor’s forums to voice their concerns about this newfound issue:

Comment from discussion iPhone X screen not responsive in the cold.

The general temperature guidelines on Apple’s website advise that devices work best between 0º and 35º C. Apple warns that temperatures lower or higher than this range may meddle with how your device operates.

Apple reminds iPhone X owners they're using an OLED display

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Apple has revealed plans to fix an Iphone X bug that causes the 5.8-inch touchscreen to stop working , leaving fan forums angry that their phone doesn ' The iPhone X Fails in Cold Weather, but Apple Has a Solution.

I have a space gray 256gb iPhone X and I really like the phone, except Anyone else having this kind of problem with the phone? It ' s not clear when Apple will fix the cold weather bug, but a fix could come in iOS 11.2, which is currently in beta testing.

Not to worry though, Apple is aware of the issue and confirmed to The Loop yesterday that the effects are caused by a software problem.

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

While it’s not clear when the software update will arrive, many users report simply locking and unlocking your screen or waiting a few minutes should temporarily resolve the issue.

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