This isn't the only controversy Apple has faced with the Samsung supplied iPhone X OLED display. The company claims that the unresponsive touchscreen problem in the iPhone X can be resolved with a software fix, and its engineers are hard at work creating a patch for the embarrassing problem. Like previous iPhones, or other smartphones for that matter, the iPhone X too is susceptible to certain issues.
Sean Parker: Facebook exploits vulnerability in human psychology
Parker, speaking at an Axios event, pulled back the curtain on Facebook's early days, saying it was created to consume people. Former Facebook President Sean Parker told Axios on Wednesday that he's become a "conscientious objector" on social media.
There have also been complaints coming in from some iPhone X users living in the colder regions of the world. The iPhone X is reportedly producing crackling sounds with all sorts of audio playback including phone calls, alarms and ringtones.
The iPhone X comes with a double speaker front-facing earpiece which combines with the speakers at the bottom of the device to deliver stereo sound.
Lewis Hamilton crashes out of Brazilian GP qualifying
Team principal Christian Horner said Red Bull had played it safe due to reliability concerns and the need to make the engine last. Button described his driver as a "legend" after he managed to get the Briton to safety by fleeing through traffic.
"Battery life will return to normal when you bring the device back to higher ambient temperatures".
Apple appears to be replacing handsets that are returned to its stores and are found to have problems, but that's probably not a whole lot of comfort to anyone that just handed over £999 or more for a new phone. He states that a lower than expected demand for the iPhone 8 means that the Apple supplier Pegatron, which assembles the device in Taiwan, should expect fewer orders. While keeping the general look and much of the interface intact, it's also throwing out the playbook and putting new technology at the literal fingertips of its users.
Target selling fidget spinners with potentially risky levels of lead
PIRG disputed the designation and claimed its representatives found the toxic fidget spinners in toy aisles at Target stores. The consumer group has called on Target to stop selling the gadgets and recall the models it has sold.
Apple claimed that the chances of the Face ID failing are one in a million, but recent reports and tests show otherwise.