A number of users reportedly complained about the green color seen on the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max screens. This issue occurs randomly after unlocking the device.
The 9to5Mac site predicts that it is caused by a bug in the software. And the report on the findings of the green color effect on this screen is also shared on the Internet forums, and is called for almost the entire iPhone 11 model.
There are a number of inconsistencies associated with this issue, but in almost all cases, the screen changes color to green after unlocking the iPhone or when Dark Mode and Night Shift are turned on.
Instead of hardware problems, this is thought to be caused by software, because many users claim this problem occurs after implementing an iOS 13.5 update on their device.
This green color disappears after a while, but it returns again periodically, and this interferes with iPhone 11 users. If this problem is true is the problem in terms of software, Apple can fix it through an upcoming iOS update.
As of now, Apple is running a test for iOS 13.5.5 beta software. Unfortunately at this time, there is no solution for this issue, so impacted users should wait until Apple handles this issue.
Previously, Apple store plunderers in some regions of the United States would not be able to use or sell any products that were stolen demo devices from their retail stores, as they were armed with special software.
The software prevents the device from being restored to factory settings. This looting took place in conjunction with American citizen protests as a form of support with the Black Lives Matter movement.
Meanwhile, Apple slashed its latest iPhone prices in China ahead of one of the country’s biggest online shopping festivals. It was done to continue the momentum of the company after the gradual re-opening of the economy.
In China, Apple sells its products through various canals. At Alibaba’s e-commerce site, Tmall, Apple has an official store.