Anonymous, 10 Nov 2017It's genuine, there's plenty of users complaining about their iPhone X not working in cold wea... moreAnd another amoled device having same issue.
Seeing Note8 users also having freezing issues,
I see no other logical explanation for this but yet another amoled tech related issue amongst dozen of others...
Why this screen tech has so many fans is beyond me.
It's a feature, the 0 degrees for Apple is a relative temperature which may vary. iPhone X owners are guilty to not use it when they should and how. But calm, if you cause your display to fail and you are not happy for $279 Apple will change it gently.
[deleted post]It's genuine, there's plenty of users complaining about their iPhone X not working in cold weather. Check iPhone's Reddit-page and you'll find the topic. I hope it gets fixed as the phone is dangerous in case you happen to get stranded in a snow-storm and it refuses to work - no calling for help. Life-threatening stuff, so this must be fixed. Not a problem any phone, let alone a very, very expensive one should ever suffer from, even if it was designed in the warm and sunny California.
It is really outrageous that so expensive devices come out with 1 problem per dollar paid! Do they test them really in intensive manner? Why this is happening to all new flagships? The more expensive the more tests OEMs should carry, or, these events have always existed, but now they are more known? Or magnyfied on purpose? It is strange, something odd
This is Apple guys. Low quality made cool. Its expected some issue with iphones, and Apple likes to put in some defects to meet expectations. Crazy but true
Isn't stupid that Apple said that their iPhones don't have any lag or freezing issue?
Now new problem being reported with green stripe on the edges of the display!! Happy day ahead for beta testers
Quite interesting that all these new phones from all companies have so many issues compared to the past. Cheaper components, yet higher prices?
No poblem i fix,Here update!!!