Apple’s new iPhone 12 Mini, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro are selling like hot cakes. But Apple has now quietly confirmed that they are also selling with a serious hardware issue.
According to an internal Apple document obtained Macroomers, Apple acknowledges that iPhone 12 models suffer from significant performance issues, including flickering, green and gray glare and many other lighting issues.
Interestingly, despite users posting some serious examples of their colorless iPhone 12 displays (see below), Apple’s internal document tells authorized service providers to “at least avoid services to affected iPhones”. While this annoys owners, I suspect Apple will first try to fix (or at least mitigate) some of these issues with iOS updates.
Apple does not give it a timeline, but history. Apple’s previous iPhone 11 series also suffered Green color problems And, while the company replaced some units under warranty, it was able to resolve minor cases iOS 13.6.1, Which came two months after the first reported problems.
Apple’s Next-Gen iPhone 13 already reveals its display with leaks around One of the biggest updates, Hopes are high that this problem will not happen for the third generation in a row. This is not very comforting to those currently trapped in Limbo.
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