There's another iPhone X bug and it sounds like a huge pain

Dora Pope
February 6, 2018

It has been reported by hundreds of customers on Apple Support Forum that iPhone X's display is experiencing delays in turning on for up to 10 seconds during an incoming call. Your phone suddenly starts to ring with no rhyme or reason and you can't see if it's a phone call or your phone being haunted. The company told the Financial Times that it was "looking into these reports", but gave no further details.

"To solve this, I need to restart the phone, until it'll come back again". This is due to the fact that, without display, they can't access the "Accept" button. Perhaps not surprisingly, it seems that the avalanche of complaints about the issue began in the wake of Apple rolling out iOS 11, a release that many were quick to categorize as the buggiest iOS release in history.

A seemingly growing number of Apple iPhone X owners are complaining about the fact that they can't properly use the device as a phone.

Apple is busy collecting data with regards to the problem and find out the actual number of users who are affected by this issue.

Apple's top-end iPhone X 64GB model comes at Rs 95,390, up from 92,430 whereas the 128GB model's rate has been increased from Rs 1,05,720 to Rs 1,08,930, a 3.2% increase. It's not yet known whether it's a software bug or a hardware issue. These models include the iPhone X, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 8, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6 Plus and iPhone 6.

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The iPhone X was launched with much fanfare boasting of a bezel-less design and the futuristic Face ID which the company believes will change the world of smartphones.

Also, butter-fingered customers who've managed to smash the display of their iPhone 7 will need to get that fixed before they can tap into the free No Service fix offer.

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