Samsung and OnePlus are apparently not the only manufacturers who are struggling with display problems. Some users of the iPhone 11 Pro complained about a green cast in the device’s panel. So far, Apple has not commented on the problems.
Several users have reported green tinge problems with their iPhones on Reddit and other forums. Both the iPhone 11 and the iPhone 11 Pro are said to be affected by the error. The green tinge in the display should appear when the smartphone is unlocked or dark mode has been activated. The problems have occurred since the update to iOS version 13.4.1. The bug also comes to light in connection with the update to iOS 13.5.1 that has been provided in the meantime.
The cause is most likely a software error
At the moment it remains unclear whether the green tinge problem is actually a software error. This is supported by the fact that the green tinge mainly appears shortly after the device is switched on and becomes weaker over time. In addition, a hardware failure is extremely unlikely since the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro have different display panels.
If there is a bug in the firmware, Apple could fix the error as part of an update. So far, however, the manufacturer has not commented on the problems. Therefore, it remains unclear whether and when a bug-fix update will be released. Until a patch has been made available, affected users can restart their iPhones regularly. In most cases, this will temporarily resolve the issue.
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