The three rear photo modules of the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. - APPLE

The iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max are affected by a display bug, reports the specialized media  MacRumors . Some users have found that their screens turn green for a few seconds, right after unlocking.

The tint also appears when the dark mode is activated or when the brightness is low, according to various messages posted on Reddit. If the latest Apple seems more concerned by this bug, owners of iPhone X and XS would also be affected.

Several versions of iOS affected

According to some comments, the green tint appeared after installing the iOS 13.4.1 update. But the problem would not be resolved by moving to iOS 13.5.1 since other users would suffer from the same symptoms with the latest version of the operating system.

IPhone owners have reportedly managed to fix the bug by returning to factory settings, says Phonandroid. But others, by carrying out the same operation, would not have had this chance.

For the moment, Apple has not communicated on the subject. If it is a software problem, the brand may release a patch. The iPhone 11 largely leads smartphone sales in the first quarter of 2020.


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