Apple’s iOS 11.1.2 update fixes issues with screen responsiveness of iPhone X

Apple has acknowledged the screen problem and promised to fix it with an update. It also fixes the issue of distorting live photos and videos shot on an iPhone X.

Many iPhone X users have recently complained that the screen of their device has become unresponsive in cold weather. Apple promised to fix the problem and with the iOS 11.1.2 update, it is doing just that. This update not only fixes the problem of screen responsiveness, but also fixes the issue where live photos and videos captured on an iPhone X are occasionally distorted.

While this fixes some issues with the new iPhone X, there are still some issues to be resolved. Some users have reported seeing a green line of pixels on the edge of the smartphone’s display. The company has not commented on the matter, but is reported to be replacing the devices under warranty. Apple has also confirmed that screen burn-in on the iPhone X’s OLED display is a possibility, but they have taken the necessary steps to alleviate the problem.

The Cupertino-based company released the iOS 11.1.1 update just a week ago. This update fixes an auto-fix bug, and for some users, the “Hey Siri” command issue is not working. The self-correcting problem changed the letter “I” to “A” [?]The bug was discovered for some users and soon after the release of iOS 11.1.

The company is currently testing the iOS 11.2 update in beta, and with that, Apple is expected to launch its “Pay Cash” feature. The new feature was announced earlier this year, and will enable users to send and receive messages within the messaging app on their iPhones.

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