Apple’s new iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max are selling quickly. But Apple has now unobtrusively affirmed, they are additionally selling with a genuine hardware issue.
As per an internal Apple document acquired by MacRumors, Apple has recognized that iPhone 12 models are experiencing critical display issues, including flickering, green and gray glowing, and an assortment of other lighting issues.
Strangely, in spite of clients posting some extraordinary instances of their discolored iPhone 12 displays, Apple’s internal report revealed to Authorized Service Providers “to try to avoid servicing affected iPhones, at any rate until further notice.” While this may outrage owners, we presume the reason is Apple will initially try to fix (or possibly mitigate) a portion of these issues with iOS updates.
Apple has given no timeline for this, be that as it may, history does. Apple’s past iPhone 11 range additionally experienced green tint issues and, while the organization supplanted a few units under guarantee, it figured out how to address milder cases in iOS 13.6.1, which showed up around two months after the initial detailed issues.
With leaks around Apple’s next-gen iPhone 13 already uncovering its display will be perhaps the greatest upgrade, expectations will be high that this issue won’t happen for a third progressive generation. All things considered; this won’t be a lot of comfort to those stuck in an in-between state at the present time.