Relax, Apple plans software fix for iPhone 12 green screen problem

Relax, Apple plans software fix for iPhone 12 green screen problem

With the release of the new iPhone, it is natural for problems that users discover to come. Each year, one or two of these issues attract considerable amounts of attention.

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According to Macrumors, Apple has acknowledged the issue, and distributed a memo to its Authorised Service Providers accordingly. Users say the issue rears its ugly head when the device's display brightness is set to anything below 90%.

The latest bug is also related to the display of the iPhone 12, which is now presenting a greenish tint and flickering. This indicates that Apple thinks the issues can be fixed with a software patch and is working on a fix. However, it seems Apple has taken note of the issues and is working on a fix. This guidance suggests that Apple may be confident that it can fix the issue in a future software update. In any case, Apple hasn't put out an official statement on the issue, and the information we're referring to is based on a purportedly leaked document (which wasn't actually shown in the original report). This issue is reportedly also present in the iOS 14.3 beta. Doing this will help Apple solve the problem faster. Meanwhile, make sure to update the iOS system on your device.

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