Latest iOS 13 update fixes iPhone 11 green tint problem

Latest iOS 13 update fixes iPhone 11 green tint problem

Back in June, some iPhone 11 owners started experiencing a worrying problem: their iPhone display developed an unusual green tint. With the latest iOS update, though, Apple has finally fixed the problem.

The green tint typically appeared for a few seconds after unlocking an iPhone 11 and was uniform across the display. The iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max were all susceptible to it, and at the time Apple accepted it was a hardware fault in some cases and chose to replace the display. However, as MacRumors reports, the iOS 13.6.1 update includes a fix for the tint.

Apple doesn’t go into much detail as to what caused the green tint to occur, but the 13.6.1 release notes describe it as, “Fixes a thermal management issue that caused some displays to exhibit a green tint.” So it sounds as though some components within the latest generation of iPhone were getting a bit toasty and having a short-term impact on the functionality of the display. Read more…

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