Sunday , March 7 2021

Apple has admitted: the new phones are the only fault



Apple's decision not to publish more iPhone sales has caused many reasonable suspicions that there are problems with the new iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR. Forbes notes that Apple is likely to be really unexpectedly unexpectedly awaiting, especially since it officially acknowledged serious problems with the latest models.

On its official website, Apple's customers warned that iPhone X phones could come across touchscreen issues, as one element that might not work on the screen module.

According to Apple, this means that "the screen or part of the screen may be insensitive or not responding to the touch of a time", and perhaps even "the screen responds to a touch if nobody touches it."

According to the publication, the most interesting thing in this post is not even what was written, but what kept silent. This time Apple avoided the template's phrase "a small number of devices that could be affected."

& bdquo; Apple & ldquo; Accepted: New phones have fixed fixes only (Photo from SCANPIX)

Apple has admitted: the new phones have only fixed resolution (SCANPIX photo)

The good news for users is that the problem with this screen is easily noticeable. Therefore, in this case, the iPhone X can be safely carried by authorized representatives who will replace the display module for free. Forbes also announces that if you are already committed to paying for this malfunctioning, you may need adequate compensation.

Manufacturers warn that if the new Apple phone is physically damaged (such as broken glass), it may cost extra, despite the modification of the wrong module.

According to Forbes, author Gordon Kelly, it expands the entire iPhone series of failures, which will not encourage new phone sales, especially the major telecoms providers, to refuse to support eSim technology that is installed on Apple's latest handsets.

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