iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max are affected by a new bug. According to some users, the screen turns green when you wake it up, and from the first unlock of the day. This malfunction also appears when dark mode is activated. The iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max are victims of a new bug.
According to several user testimonials on Reddit, the smartphone screen suddenly turns green when recovering from sleep or when dark mode is active. Others argue that the problem arises when brightness is at a minimum. Visually, it looks like a greenish filter visible on the entire plate.
“About once in four when I unlock my iPhone 11 Pro for the first time, the screen appears to be faded with a green tint. After three seconds it returns to normal. Anyone have the same problem or do they know if this problem is specific to the iPhone 11? I should probably restore the factory settings, but I would like to avoid it as much as possible, “says a user on the MacRumors website.
The OLED and LCD models concerned
In addition, according to users, this error appeared shortly after the distribution of the iOS 13.4.1 update. Which suggests a software malfunction. Some claim to have solved the problem by
restoring the phone to factory settings, while for others the bug persists. The iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max are affected mainly, but also the owners of the iPhone X. This error does not distinguish between the OLED and LCD models.
Note that this bug also prevails on the iPhone with iOS 13.5.1. For the moment, Apple has not communicated any solution to this problem. If it is actually a software problem, the Apple brand can easily correct it with a future patch. As a reminder, the latest Apple phone is a hit since the iPhone 11 is the best-selling smartphone in the 1st quarter of 2020.
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