On Friday, Apple announced two of its own goods — the iPhone X and also the 13-inch MacBook Pro (non-Touch Bar) — also have understood hardware problems. Bloomberg reported on those problems after being submitted on Apple’s support pages on Friday.
Apple explained that on several iPhone X apparatus, screen screens are undergoing touch problems. Those problems include:
The display, or a part of the display, doesn’t respond or respond to an individual’s touchscreen.
The display reacts even when a user has not touched it.
The business said users with qualified iPhone X apparatus can have their screen modules replaced at no cost at one of its retail shops or an Apple Authorised Service Provider.
According to the Bloomberg report, iPhone X users were whining about signature problems online for months. Also, interestingly, the iPhone X has been available for less than 1 year after being stopped in September after the release of the iPhone XS and iPhone XR.
A similar touchscreen difficulty crept up in 2016 using all the iPhone 6 Plus. To fix the issue back then, nevertheless, Apple billed customers $US149.
Apple also confirmed its 13-inch MacBook Pro (non Touch Bar) sold between June 2017 and June 2018 may get an issue which leads to data loss or induces failure.
The business said affected laptops can be serviced at one of its retail locations or an Apple Authorised Service Provider for free also. To know whether your MacBook Pro has to be uninstalled, you will want to put in your device’s serial number on Apple’s support page.