1. zenjen's Avatar
    I don’t understand what burn in on the display is. Is it something that can be seen with the naked eye?
    You would notice it and recognize an issue, if it occurs.
    12-03-2017 08:33 PM
  2. Abu Khadija's Avatar
    Ok thanks. Don’t plan on seeing anything.
    12-03-2017 08:49 PM
  3. TripleOne's Avatar
    I don’t understand what burn in on the display is. Is it something that can be seen with the naked eye?
    It’s a permanent discoloration of areas on an electronic display caused by cumulative non-uniform usage of the pixels - Google.
    12-03-2017 11:08 PM
  4. mogelijk's Avatar
    Quick question! I have never had an issue with burn in on any of my Android devices that have been Amoled. Yet theres a lot of talk about the iphone x having this issue? Whats the truth? Is burn in happening on the iphone x?
    You have to remember, this is the first OLED display that Apple has used. Since many users have only used iPhones, most of the talk has been warning people who are new to OLED screens about some of the disadvantages, rather than any issue with the phone itself.
    12-04-2017 01:29 AM
  5. Abu Khadija's Avatar
    I don’t think Apple would of used this kind of display unless they knew what they were doing. Even though the displays are from Samsung themselves, you’re always going to get a rotten apple in the bushel. Meaning there’s always one that’s wrong in the bunch.

    Remember iPhone 6 when it came out. A lot of talk about bend gate especially on the pluses. It was on a few of them, but not on all of them. This is probably the same thing so I’m not going to worry about it. I’m sure Apple has a fix for any problems with these screens. It’s probably why it took so long for an OLED screen to make it onto an iPhone.

    I trust Apple. So should you.
    12-04-2017 02:18 AM
  6. Raptor007's Avatar
    I prefer tempered glass only and no longer use the PET film protectors. The Anti-Glare are the worst and really don't do much for protection in a drop. There are edge to edge ones and non edge to edge it depends on what you want more.
    12-04-2017 08:31 PM
  7. TripleOne's Avatar
    I don’t think Apple would of used this kind of display unless they knew what they were doing. Even though the displays are from Samsung themselves, you’re always going to get a rotten apple in the bushel. Meaning there’s always one that’s wrong in the bunch.

    Remember iPhone 6 when it came out. A lot of talk about bend gate especially on the pluses. It was on a few of them, but not on all of them. This is probably the same thing so I’m not going to worry about it. I’m sure Apple has a fix for any problems with these screens. It’s probably why it took so long for an OLED screen to make it onto an iPhone.

    I trust Apple. So should you.
    Yep.
    When there’s a problem with Apple devices, it’ll only affect a small portion of users and that Apple will always offer replacements.
    12-04-2017 10:16 PM
  8. dejanh's Avatar
    LPT: If you have a waterproof phone, apply any wet-application screen protector in a sink with the phone and the protector fully submerged. Perfect application each time and no dust at all.

    I believe above would also work for tempered glass, but I am yet to try it.
    12-05-2017 01:42 AM
  9. alexrat1996's Avatar
    What can I use to clean the ambient light sensor on top of the ear speaker grill it has some smudges I just don’t want to mess anything up or rub the coating off
    12-06-2017 07:11 PM
  10. Tartarus's Avatar
    What can I use to clean the ambient light sensor on top of the ear speaker grill it has some smudges I just don’t want to mess anything up or rub the coating off
    A simple 25¢ fiber cloth for the kitchen from the nearest grocery store will do. Just make it damp with water and rub softly to clean.
    12-06-2017 07:39 PM
  11. alexrat1996's Avatar
    My iPhone X replacement from 4 weeks ago has a scuff on the top and it was in a case but it came like that what should I do ?

    Will the iPhone upgrade program have an issue with my scuff ?

    I don’t want my phone to explode while it’s wirless charging.
    Attached Thumbnails I’m still having issues with iPhone X screen protectors.-82d23c5d-630d-4f93-bcda-fff6788ad486.jpeg  
    12-14-2017 07:57 PM
  12. TripleOne's Avatar
    It could be the case that caused the scuff. You can always bring it to an Apple Store and see what they say. As for it exploding while wireless charging, I don’t think that’ll happen just because there’s a small scuff.
    12-14-2017 08:02 PM
  13. alexrat1996's Avatar
    Is this something Apple would fix for me and is it covered under warrenty ?

    I think the 10 dollar Walmart case I purchased caused this.
    12-14-2017 08:07 PM
  14. TripleOne's Avatar
    Is this something Apple would fix for me and is it covered under warrenty ?

    I think the 10 dollar Walmart case I purchased caused this.
    I don’t think it is covered, but you can always give it a try and head over to the Apple Store.
    12-14-2017 08:12 PM
  15. alexrat1996's Avatar
    I will try since it was just replaced and not sure if it was there when I got it or the case it self did the damage.

    Why won’t my phone display won’t get that bright is there a setting I”m missing to turn on ?
    12-14-2017 08:14 PM
  16. Garz's Avatar
    I will try since it was just replaced and not sure if it was there when I got it or the case it self did the damage.

    Why won’t my phone display won’t get that bright is there a setting I”m missing to turn on ?
    Sounds like you have auto brightness turned on. It’s on by default now unless you turn it off.
    12-14-2017 11:23 PM
  17. TripleOne's Avatar
    I will try since it was just replaced and not sure if it was there when I got it or the case it self did the damage.

    Why won’t my phone display won’t get that bright is there a setting I”m missing to turn on ?
    Yeah, it’s best to give it a try.

    As suggested by Garz...Try turning auto-brightness off, that way you’ll be able to adjust the brightness manually.
    12-15-2017 12:17 AM
  18. DarkKnight08's Avatar
    My iPhone X replacement from 4 weeks ago has a scuff on the top and it was in a case but it came like that what should I do ?

    Will the iPhone upgrade program have an issue with my scuff ?

    I don’t want my phone to explode while it’s wirless charging.
    If you received it from Apple 4 weeks ago and it was like that when you opened the package, why didn't you immediately call Apple to address the scuff? I would think that would make it much more likely that they would work with you on the issue.
    12-15-2017 08:34 AM
  19. alexrat1996's Avatar
    If you received it from Apple 4 weeks ago and it was like that when you opened the package, why didn't you immediately call Apple to address the scuff? I would think that would make it much more likely that they would work with you on the issue.
    Apple store replaced 4 weeks ago but noticed yesterday when I replaced my case.

    Will Apple store be able to swap it again or no ?
    12-15-2017 08:57 AM
  20. TripleOne's Avatar
    Apple store replaced 4 weeks ago but noticed yesterday when I replaced my case.

    Will Apple store be able to swap it again or no ?
    I doubt it, since it could be caused by the case.
    It’s still worth a try.
    12-15-2017 09:12 AM
  21. DarkKnight08's Avatar
    I doubt it, since it could be caused by the case.
    It’s still worth a try.
    I agree with this. I hate to say it, but you have to be on of the unluckiest iPhone users ever. All of your posts on this forum are related to defective conditions you have on your devices. Thankfully, I've never encountered a single hardware issue with an iPhone.
    12-15-2017 09:15 AM
  22. alexrat1996's Avatar
    I doubt it, since it could be caused by the case.
    It’s still worth a try.
    I upgrade to a otter box case if I drop it in the case with the scuff still being there will my glass shatter on me ?

    Will the iPhone upgrade program have issues with such a scuff when I re upgrade in November ?
    12-15-2017 09:41 AM
  23. Garz's Avatar
    I upgrade to a otter box case if I drop it in the case with the scuff still being there will my glass shatter on me ?

    Will the iPhone upgrade program have issues with such a scuff when I re upgrade in November ?
    I can barely see that scuff. No that won’t be an issue. I mean it’s tiny.
    12-15-2017 09:56 AM
  24. alexrat1996's Avatar
    I see now I don’t want to pay 100 dollars for this tiny issue since it’s cosmetic to you people and I have it in a better case now.
    12-15-2017 10:08 AM
  25. nnahorski's Avatar
    Will the iPhone upgrade program have issues with such a scuff when I re upgrade in November ?
    I doubt it. The frame of my 7+ was pretty scratched up (I had the jet black version) and the screen had lots of micro scratches on it, but Apple had no issues with the device. The person at the store that helped me with the transaction said Apple is far more concerned with dents, gouges, cracks, and bent frames than surface scratches, and said that the worst case is that Apple forces you to use one incident of accidental damage to replace the device per the AC+ insurance on the phone.
    12-15-2017 10:56 AM
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