Some users are facing huge issue on iPhone X

Isaac Cain
February 6, 2018

There are also a few reports of the issue on Macrumors' forum, with delays of up to 10 seconds resulting in users missing calls.

In December, the government had raised the levy on imported smartphones to 15 per cent (10 per cent earlier), to boost local manufacturing. But, the display takes unusually long time of 6-8 seconds to wake up. If you believe you paid for an issue-related fix and have not received an email by the end of March, you can contact Apple.

The Financial Times said it's reached Apple for comment, and the Cupertino brand responded by saying it's now "looking into these reports".

APPLE IS OFFERING free repairs for people with iPhone 7 handsets that flat-out refuse to connect to a cellular network due to the so-called "No Service" issue. There were some issues for a select group of users for which the brand provided a replacement or took their phone to service them.

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The X - referred to as "ten" - incorporates facial recognition technology and starts at £999, making it the most expensive iPhone ever made.

Apple has reportedly notified suppliers that it will cut its iPhone X production target for the first quarter of 2018 by 50 percent to around 20 million units.

"Whenever the incoming calls come on my iPhone X the display doesn't [light] up, it vibrates and rings but the display doesn't turn on, it only turns on say after good 5 to 6 secs", wrote one confused user. Even though it is not known whether the software or the hardware is causing this bug, Apple has assured the consumers to come-up with a solution as soon as possible. Adding to this, the company also released a software update for the iPhone X. Although, iPhone SE pricing stays intact since it is manufactured in India itself. Reports claimed recently that many features that Apple was planning to introduce with iOS 12 later this year have been delayed until 2019. This was literally a green line that went across the edge of the iPhone X's display.

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