14 November 2018
Apple has announced that iPhone X units with display issues will be repaired free of cost. The announcement was made on Friday after the iPhone X was discontinued in September, post the launch of the latest iPhone XS and XR devices.
The iPhone X was launched last year and there have reports of display issues. However, Apple has admitted the issue for the first time. Report about some 13-inch MacBook Pro models have "an issue that may result in data loss and failure of the drive," have also been reported.
Apple said that the screen on some iPhone X units do not respond to touch or responds intermittently when touched. Appel stated that iPhone X users who are facing this issue have to take their faulty unit to an Apple Store or Apple Authorised Service Providers and get a free screen replacement.
Apple has also confirmed that a small number of 13-inch non TouchBar MacBook Pros which were sold between June 2017 and June 2018 have also reported data loss or failure. The Cupertino giant has also announced a repair program for affected devices with 128GB and 256GB of solid-state drives.
Apple has stated that the issue is limited to last year's iPhone X model’s only and not the newer iPhone XS and XR devices. Apple’s latest iPhones have also seen a few issues including not charging when the Lightning cable is plugged in. The devices also have "Beautygate” issue which has reportedly been fixed by Apple via a software update.
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- The Apple iPhone XS is available at Amazon Marketplace for $ 1.289.
- The Apple iPhone XS Max is available at Amazon Marketplace for $ 1.230.
- The Apple iPhone X is available at Amazon for $ 1.080.