IPhone X Owners Experiencing Crackling Audio

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That would be the largest display Apple has ever included in an iPhone.

The iPhone X is the first iPhone from the Cupertino-based company to feature an OLED display.

In addition to a new 5.8-inch OLED model (an updated iPhone X), KGI expects Apple to introduce a 6.5-inch OLED model (think Plus-sized iPhone X) in addition to a new 6.1-inch LCD model.

Now the recently released iPhone X still has a 3-4 week shipping estimate and Kuo expects production will rise 35-45 percent this quarter compared to last quarter to keep up with demand for the upcoming holiday season.

A mockup of what next year's iPhone lineup could look like, according to KGI Securities. Many users have reported the inability of the display to register most of the touch inputs, thereby rendering the phone nigh unusable in the cold.

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There have also been complaints coming in from some iPhone X users living in the colder regions of the world.

This is not the only problem to plague the iPhone X. Earlier this month the auto correct issue emerged when people updated their phones to version 11.1 of the iOS operating system. The problem persists when users tries any kind of audio playback at high volume, be it for phone calls, music, videos, alarms and ringtone. A person who's spent $1000 on a phone will surely not bother such an issue.

While it's only a very small percentage of devices likely to have the issue - millions have been sold, and the reports aren't that widespread - it's still common enough to have been noticed by users all over the world. Because these issues are manufacturing defects, you should be eligible for a free replacement. And while Face ID has proven secure in testing, it may not be as infallible as initially claimed. Replacing a cracked iPhone X display will cost $279; if the back is cracked as well, the fix bill rises to a whopping $549.

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