Apple Explains IPhone X Users About OLED Screen Burn-In

Posted: Nov 6 2017, 12:36pm CST | by , Updated: Nov 6 2017, 12:39pm CST, in News | Apple

 
Apple Explains iPhone X Users About OLED Screen Burn-In
  • Apple Says iPhone X has Nasty Surprises and Great Secret Features

Apple reminds customers that the new iPhone X has an OLED screen which might cause image burn-in overtime

Apple has recently put out the most expensive smartphone on the market in iPhone X. The phone boasts a high-resolution screen, facial recognition, superior intelligence and other features.

The high-resolution camera and saturated screen were the most talked about features of iPhone X. The image quality is defined and editing tools also include animation.

There is a catch though. iPhone might not have thought about it before or they simply might not have known at the time of the purchase. The new iPhone X has an OLED screen.

The OLED screen has been in production by Samsung and LG. Furthermore, it has already been featured in Google’s Pixel 2. There are problems with OLED screen.

Pixel 2 has already had recorded complaints of screen burn in. Some of these complaints reported screen burn in within a week. Apple might anticipate similar issues.

Apple recently gave out a reminder. Tech giant reminded customers that the OLED screen will offer sharp contrast definition. However, with usage, there will be "slight shifts in color and hue" when viewed at an angle from the screen.

Moreover, the screen may show remnants of a displayed image for a long time on OLED screen. That’s called a burn-in. Apple assures that this might happen with usage of the screen for long time however, it was assured that iPhone X users should not have to worry about it.

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