As the Apple iPhone X's display is manufactured by Samsung, this might be a serious hardware problem which can not be fixed permanently via software updates. While Apple doesn't disclose iPhone sales on a per-model basis, CEO Tim Cook noted recently that the company was surprised by how fast iPhone 8 Plus sales took off after the new model was released, citing it as "the fastest start of any Plus model". Specifically, KGI expects Apple to introduce two new iPhone display sizes next year with a mix of OLED and LCD screens.
iPhone 8 had a similar issue in the earpiece when it was launched and Apple has since fixed it with a software update. Kuo doesn't make any predictions about the prices for the two OLED phones, but considering that the iPhone X sells for $999 / £999 / AU$1,579, there's little doubt that the bigger of the two will certainly be much more expensive. By this time next year, the supply chain should have plenty of experience in producing the iPhone X. Many users have shared their concern about this defect on social media platforms like Twitter, Facebook, and Apple official forums. The problem persists when users tries any kind of audio playback at high volume, be it for phone calls, music, videos, alarms and ringtone. Hopefully this iPhone X software update should help fix it for those users who need to use their phone in the cold.
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While it's only a very small percentage of devices likely to have the issue - millions have been sold, and the reports aren't that widespread - it's still common enough to have been noticed by users all over the world. Rs 35,900) for back glass replacement, which could easily get you a new smartphone.
KGI has previously predicted that all iPhones will drop Touch ID next year in favor of Face ID as the new design moves away from fingerprint recognition in favor of facial recognition for biometric security. He states that a lower than expected demand for the iPhone 8 means that the Apple supplier Pegatron, which assembles the device in Taiwan, should expect fewer orders.