An iPhone 11 Pro user has reported that they are facing Green Tint Display Issue on iPhone 11 Pro under certain conditions. It’s currently unknown if this is a software or hardware issue. It is not the primary time something of the type went on, though, as there are similar reports with the Google Pixel 4 XL, OnePlus 8 Pro, and Galaxy S20 Ultra over the past year.
The green tint is especially reported on the iPhone 11 series devices including the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max. A couple of iPhone X and iPhone XS users have also reported an equivalent.
Green Tint Display Issue on iPhone 11 Pro
Few users have claimed that this new problem occurs once they activate the Dark Mode on their iPhones. Others claimed that the green tint became more visible when it brought the brightness right down to a minimum.
A user facing an identical problem told MacRumours, “About 25% of the time once I unlock my launch day iPhone 11 Pro the screen looks all washed out with a green tint. After about 3 seconds it flashes back to normal. Anyone ever has this happen or know if this is often a drag on iPhone 11s? I should probably do a restore/set up as new but I’m trying to avoid that if possible.”
While users that have updated their device to the newest 13.5 version are complaining about this issue, other iPhone users on 13.4 have also been reporting it. A stimulating thing to notice is that iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro models have IPS LCD and OLED displays, respectively.
The green tint issue has been reported on both. This indicated that the matter might dwell the software. Apple could be ready to fix the matter with the subsequent iOS updates.
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