Apple admits some of IPhone X have faults in touch screens

The new Apple iPhone X are seen on display at the Apple Store in Manhattan New York

Apple has posted a new support page for the iPhone X that mentions how a component used on the display module might fail.

Symptoms of this problem include a display, or parts of a display, that do not respond to touch and a display that reacts as if touched even if it is not.

Any iPhone X owners out there affected by this touch issue with their display?

The £999 handset, which was released last November and discontinued in September, has been plagued by complaints from users that its touch screen was not working properly for several months.

Apple Inc. disclosed a pair of issues affecting two of its more popular products: the iPhone X and the 13-inch MacBook Pro. It might be worth your time checking out Apple latest service programs because you could be entitled to a no-cost fix. The same warning is provided for the 13-inch non Touch Bar MacBook Pro, which may experience SSD failure and data loss.

This program covers affected MacBook Pro models for 3 years from the date of purchase.

When the iPhone X was released past year, it ushered in a new look and feel for Apple's handsets.

If your iPhone X is experiencing this issue, Apple says it will replace the display module at no cost through its official retail stores or via an Authorized Service Provider.

Eligible devices will be serviced by Apple or Apple Authorized Service Providers for free. Yeah? Because you might be eligible for a free screen replacement from Apple. They'll need their device's serial number, which can be entered to see whether free servicing is an option.

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