Users are reporting various issues with the screen including the fact that it becomes unresponsive in cold conditions.
According to multiple users who took to social media and several different forums to complain about the glitch, a thin green line has randomly appeared down the right or left side of some of the $999 devices, just one week after the smartphone launched worldwide. Alas, a small number of iPhone X owners have noticed that their shiny new devices are exhibiting a green vertical line on the right side of the display.
After user complaints that the iPhone X's screen becomes unresponsive in very cold weather, Apple has announced it's working on a software update to address the issue. Users claim the so-called "crackling" or "buzzing" sounds from the device's earpiece speaker tend to occur at high or max volumes.
"We are aware of instances where the iPhone X screen will become temporarily unresponsive to touch after a rapid change to a cold environment".
Even though Apple has resolved the bug in its iOS 11.1.1 update, the company continues to be trolled for it. You can be sure Apple are already looking into this, and coming up with a fix.
Apple has reportedly provided a new device to one of the users who complained about the problem, but failed to provide an explanation for it. Luckily, Apple do offer great support, and if you are experiencing the green line issue, or the sound issues, you can more than likely head on over to an Apple store and get a replacement free-of-charge.
As stated by Mashable, the issue was raised by a Reddit user and several others chimed in saying they too have experienced the similar problem. Last week, Apple had also warned users that the iPhone X's OLED screen might fall prey to screen burn in, and advised users to keep the brightness as low as possible to avoid the problem.