The first iPhone XS and XS Max owners who experienced screen tearing are now reporting issues with the new phones’ display, with many users saying the issue has gone away.
The problem appears to have affected just a small portion of iPhone X users.
But it seems that the iPhone XR owners have been suffering the same issues.
In a recent Reddit AMA, an iPhone XX owner, a user named B.C., shared that his iPhone X was tearing in two different ways.
He said that the display wasn’t fully stretched, and that it looked like it was just getting “faster.”
B.B. didn’t specify how fast his display was tearing, but it appears that the issue appeared to have gone away after he switched to a newer iPhone X.
The first problem B.S. had with the display was related to the way the display is laid out on the phone.
The display is curved, and this creates a “slip” or “hick up” effect that can be visible in video and photos.
According to B.G., this effect was causing his display to look “glassy” and “glowy” on the iPhone 8 Plus.
“There’s a little thing called a ‘slip’ or ‘hickup’ effect,” B.A. said.
“And it’s not a big thing on a normal phone, but if you have a phone with a curved display, it’s a big problem.
The more curved the screen is, the more this effect.”
As B.H. described it, “The way the screen bends, it glows.”
It’s a “glitch” in the display’s design, which can cause your iPhone to look brighter or darker than it should.
If you experience the same issue, B.E. suggests that you try changing the display size.
Bugs on the display, which also include screen tearing, can be fixed with a few simple tweaks, and users are reporting that this has been the case for the XS owners.
Users have posted several threads on Reddit asking for help with the problem.
Users are also sharing a thread on Apple Support Communities about how to fix the issue.BETA users have also started to report their issues with Apple’s new display, and some of the problems appear to be related to screen stretching.
Users have also reported problems with the Apple Pencil, which was also introduced with the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus.
Apple is working on a fix for the screen stretching problem, but the company is not yet ready to release it.
The iPhone Xs and Xs Max will be the first phones Apple will sell in a limited number of configurations, and it looks like the company might not be offering any special hardware updates to iPhone X owners.
We will update this story if Apple announces any new changes to the display.