Apple is trying to fix some iPhone 12 screen issues with an update. Each new iPhone release often brings some small problems with the new devices, bugs or errors that are discovered by the users themselves and that accumulate a special amount of attention. This time, it seems like the problem lies on the screen.
- iPhone 12 now supports 4K videos in HDR on YouTube
- You can now order the iPhone 12 mini and iPhone 12 Pro Max
- Apple publishes a design guide for official iPhone 12 MagSafe accessories
Some users have started to report problems with the OLED panel of the new iPhone 12, which shows a greenish hue and blinks. Complaints have been slowly accumulating on the web since the launch, even reaching the Apple Support Community page, with no apparent fix for the moment.
It is recommended to the clients to maintain their iPhone updated to the most recent version. This may well indicate that Apple believes that display issues can be resolved via software updates.
At the moment the problem seems to be affecting all 4 iPhone 12 models equally. Those affected warn that the problem appears when the screen brightness rises above 90%, and the problem has been seen even in those iPhones that run the latest iOS beta, 14.3.
If you own one of the affected iPhones, it is interesting to provide more claims for the failure to Apple through its reporting platform, so Apple can give more importance to the case, and therefore hopefully also offer a solution as soon as possible. For now, Apple is trying to fix some iPhone 12 screen issues with an update.